Do International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) students have an edge when it comes to critical thinking? Researchers from the University of Oxford conducted a study to examine the effects of the DP on the critical thinking skills of DP and non-DP students in Australia, England and Norway.
After Micaela read a story about the elderly being isolated from their families due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, she founded ‘Giving smiles’ as a way to provide encouragement.
We compiled three perspectives from IB community members to understand how education will change as we move towards the future.
Improvements in school climate and post-secondary outcomes stand out among the findings in several recent studies on the impact of IB programmes in the Americas. Download the new resource to read and share this research.
Improvements in student well-being and the impact of the Primary Years Programme (PYP) exhibition stand out among findings from recent studies. Download the full resource to use and share.
The IB’s new curated resource companion, IB Webliography, is a collaborative tool for teachers to provide quality education for students, regardless of their background.
Middle Years Programme (MYP) school TNS Beaconhouse DHA explains how the eAssessment nurtures a deep understanding of the world.
Diploma Programme (DP) students in China created a virtual gallery of their artworks during the lockdown period.
The public primary school Het Startpunt is the first Dutch-speaking IB World School offering the Primary Years Programme (PYP). After three years of hard work, the school welcomes their first official class of IB students.
We asked IB parents how they manage their children’s screen time during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
Early years and primary assistant principal Vani Veikoso shares what teaching looks like during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
Dulwich College Beijing turned the pandemic into a positive experience, as Kieran Burgess, Diploma Programme (DP) coordinator, tells IB World Magazine.
In cooperation with the University of the People (UoPeople), the IB has aimed to address the global shortage of qualified educators. This year, we are funding 100 educators on their way to earning a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree. We hear from Gabriel Boateng, an educator from Ghana International School to reflect on how access […]
What skills and experiences do our teachers need as they look to educate students post-COVID-19 (Coronavirus)? We connect with the University of Dundee MA education IB Pathway class to learn more about how lecturers, student teachers and schools are preparing for instruction and hear about their virtual practicum experiences at the International School of Como.
Three months is a long time for children to be out of the classroom, devoid of interaction with their ‘agemates’. IB World Magazine investigates the possible damaging long-term mental health effects of this.