Read this blog from three IB examiners who believe their teaching has been improved since taking on roles as IB Examiners.
John Mikton shares his tips for IB educators interested in exploring the learning and teaching opportunities provided by artificial intelligence (AI).
In the ever-changing world of technology, educators are faced with the challenge of preparing their students for a future that could look very different to our current world. One school leading the way is Pathways School Gurgaon in India.
Meenakshi Ganeriwala Career-related Programme (CP) coordinator from Mahatma Gandhi International School, India talked us through the inspiring journey of their schools “DICE” (disability inclusion community for empowerment) project.
Karen Youakim recently completed her Diploma Programme studies and discusses the support she received from her school and the IB.
Maria is studying with King’s InterHigh – one of the IB’s partners in the DP Online pilot, which has seen students around the world undertaking the first ever fully online Diploma Programme.
For Morgan Davis, a passionate musician and history enthusiast, online education has provided the perfect platform for her to pursue her interests while accommodating her unique health needs and circumstances.
Vaishak M Raj, a continuum educator at DPS International Gurgaon, India shared with us about how he guided a dance-based social experiment challenging biases, empowering students, and enlightening adults.
Amid the Football World Cup enthusiasm this year, girls’ football programs took centre stage, fostering inclusion and empowerment. Sydney Kirk, physical education and biology teacher at UNIS Hanoi, Vietnam champions equality through sports.
Vitika Chadda, Primary Years Programme (PYP) form tutor from Pathways School, Noida shares how they embraced collaboration for holistic growth in their classroom.
Recent Diploma Programme graduate Jessica Zhu reflects on how her English A Language and Literature studies have equipped her for life after school.
We spoke to Bianca Wagner, a grade one teacher at Lyford Cay International School, Bahamas, about how scheduled play time in the classroom serves as an opportunity to observe student-led inquiry in action.
This blog is the first of a three-part series highlighting enhancements for the Career-related Programme (CP) core that will be introduced in 2025.
We spoke with Aanchal Shah from Prometheus School, India on how they integrated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) in their classroom through student-led inquiry.
We spoke with Shloka Ashok, an IB alum from Greenwood High International School in Bangalore, India. The award, named in memory of Princess Diana, recognized Shloka for her social action initiatives.