IB educator Malikah Sheriff shares how Middle Years Programme (MYP) schools can integrate service as action into the curriculum.
Middle Years Programme (MYP) educators Diana, Amanda and Bridget share their experience with their ten-week interdisciplinary unit (IDU) and how it helped students address the challenges faced by ‘‘Big Australia’’.
Middle Years Programme (MYP) curriculum manager Nat Erbes discusses interdisciplinary learning, its role in the programme, and what schools and teachers can do to implement it in ways beyond the interdisciplinary unit (IDU).
Throughout a particularly challenging time that has put the education sector to the test, there is a strengthened sense of community in the education world and beyond. Dr Robert Kelty, Senior Development Manager at the IB, explains how the Middle Years Programme (MYP) community project improves local communities and develops invaluable skills and confidence for students […]
Middle Years Programme (MYP) individuals and societies teacher Elizabeth Solomon explains why listening to students’ voices is the best learning an IB teacher can do.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) recently passed the landmark of 2000 global world schools authorized to teach the Primary Years Programme (PYP). Adrian Kearney, Director of IB World Schools, recorded a message to mark the milestone and welcome the schools to our ever-growing community, now nearly 5500 strong!
For International Mother Earth Day, we hear from Diploma Programme (DP) graduates Nina and James who explain how their platform, RETURE, is revolutionizing the fashion industry.
International social worker and Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Sojourner White reflects on how her IB and Fulbright Fellowship experiences inspired her social work. This is her first story in our graduate voices series.
Since COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has been challenging for the elderly, Aaman decided to cheer them up through his creativity, activity, service (CAS) project.
With the knowledge that young people can make strong, positive and long-lasting change in the world, the IB set out to support Middle Years Programme (MYP) students embarking on community-impact projects with the MYP Student Innovators Grant alongside the Ashoka Foundation. We hear from four MYP Innovators as they reflect on the opportunity and growth […]
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Tyler Lynch shares the step-by-step plan she uses to write a successful term paper. This is her first story in our graduate voices series.
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate and IB educator Kenneth Tang reflects on his creativity, activity, service (CAS) experience and how impactful it was in his pivotal transition from the corporate world to becoming an IB educator. This is his first story in our graduate voices series.
IB educators Tracey and Cindy outline how their field studies programme helps students develop attributes of a global citizen.
What skills do young people need to thrive in an increasingly interconnected world? In this blog, we explore the connection between the PISA global competence assessment and the Middle Years Programme (MYP) framework and how the MYP helps students develop these global competencies.
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.