How can educators promote student agency, facilitate conversations and support health and well-being in adverse circumstances? Three stories below from our community to help guide the way.
IB Research shares a brand-new resource for coordinators and heads of IB World Schools.
IB Diploma Programme (DP) student Ziyaan Virji was recently awarded the Diana Award for his efforts to provide girls with the necessary sanitation resources they need. Here is how he plans on empowering women through his organization.
Primary Year Programme (PYP) students from West Ridge Elementary School have found a way to transform reading into an entertaining experience. Here is how they did it.
Teaching using a modern approach can often be challenging, but Humera Riyaz, PYP coordinator at Eastern Public Schools gives us some useful tips.
What would your perfect learning space look like? Read how 38 Primary Year Programme (PYP) students designed and created the perfect learning space
Learning a new language can be challenging, but IB Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Amirsaman created a book that will help you succeed in English.
Are you looking for new ways to keep your students’ attention? IB teachers share their most effective methods with the IB World Magazine.
The following infographic is a visual tool for educators to illustrate the difference between Access and Inclusion and Adverse Circumstances.
The following infographic is a visual tool for educators to use when think about how they can reduce barriers for students throughout their learner journey.
How can we prepare US students to successfully engage and participate in a globalized society? Darlyne Delaney, our Curriculum Manager, shares her thoughts on this topic.
In this third blog, Jayne Pletser, curriculum manager for inclusive education at the IB, shares ways to create a school environment that is committed to the ongoing process of removing barriers to learning for all students to promote equity, access and participation.
Jayne Pletser, curriculum manager for inclusive education at the IB, shares ways to create a classroom that promotes a sense of belonging, safety, self-worth and whole growth so that every student experiences success as a key component of learning.
As the world and its people continue to change, it is increasingly crucial to embrace the diversity and differences that make each individual unique. Through its four programmes, the IB aims to affirm students’ identities and create opportunities to allow for the personal growth of each student.
The Diploma Programme (DP) is a two-year program that aims to challenge students aged 16-19 on an intellectual, emotional and ethical level while also providing them with the breadth and depth of knowledge of multiple subject areas. Learn more about the components of the DP program and see why it is a valued global curriculum.