For World Poetry Day, we hear from Martha Skogen who shares how she got young students at Trondheim International School (THIS) to illustrate her collection of poems and why we should value their interpretation of poetry.
Even though 2020 was filled with a series of unfortunate events, the German European School (GEMS) in Manila found a way to spread joy and hope in their local community.
Primary Years Programme (PYP) teacher Johana Barón explains how she helps her students assess their approaches to learning (ATL) skills and why it’s vital for their own learning.
Primary Years Programme (PYP) students from Oregon, USA set up #TIStogether as a way to give back to their community during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
Shanghai United International School, China and Elverum videregående skole, Norway reflect on being part of the IB community as they mark 10-and five-year milestones.
Middle Years Programme (MYP) graduate Rebecca Vasconcelos and international Primary Years Programme (PYP) educator reflects on modeling inquiry to develop curious learners that are capable of critical thinking.
Primary Years Programme (PYP) students from Carlyle Elementary School created a thought-provoking song urging people to take action against climate change.
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.
How can we provide our students with valuable feedback to help them grow as learners? Primary Years Programme (PYP) teacher Johana Barón shares some useful tips.
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.
During this time of great change, the IB has created a series of webinars to revisit the key underlying principles of an IB education.
Primary Years Progamme (PYP) teacher Ranjit Biswas shares why social and emotional learning (SEL) is key to helping students become more caring citizens.
We recently sat down with Primary Years Programme (PYP) educator Ali Ezzeddine who shared some useful tips for schools that are slowly opening their doors again.
Does the Primary Years Programme (PYP) have an impact on social-emotional outcomes? New evidence suggests that the PYP supports student well-being, teacher engagement and positive school climates. Read on to see three key findings from the new study.
Primary Years Programme (PYP) students from all over the world composed a story that highlighted the importance of taking care of our environment.