DP student Sea Yun Joung shares with IB World how the TOK course makes an IB education unique and benefits him as a lifelong learner “Implicit”, “inquisitive” and “thought provoking” are just some of the words Sea Yun Joung, IB Diploma Programme (DP) student at Taejeon Christian International School (TCIS) in Korea, uses to describe […]
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An MYP student with a visual impairment has excelled in the MYP eAssessment. The IB’s Dr Kala Parasuram tells IB World magazine how making the examinations accessible was a learning experience for everyone.
What impact did theory of knowledge (TOK) have on your experience of the IB Diploma Programme? Senior curriculum strand manager Jenny Gillett invites you to share your story for our 50th anniversary year.
Five decades ago in 1968 Inspired by a spirit of hope in the post-World War era, the IB pioneered a movement for international education. Our founders saw a need for an international approach to education, which would bring young people together with the skills, values and knowledge necessary to build a more peaceful future. 2018 […]
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Our countdown has begun to our big anniversary! IB World magazine finds out more
From the archives: The 45th anniversary issue of IB World magazine highlighted the very first schools to offer the IB Diploma Programme. Here are their stories, first published in September 2013.
Following in her grandfather’s footsteps, Amelia Peterson has found inspiration in the world of education leadership. She shares her insights on the topic and explores how Alec Peterson, who laid the foundation for the IB forty six years ago, would perceive today’s education landscape.