Sarah Ssengendo from the International School of Uganda shared with us how her teachers embraced the transition to co-teaching, examining the benefits they experienced and the challenges they faced.
Curiosity. Conservation. Community. Read the story of a Chicago MYP student and the community project that is transforming his urban neighborhood into a haven for local wildlife.
Vatsal Shah, an International Baccalaureate (IB) student at Raffles World Academy, United Arab Emirates (UAE) shared with us his success of organising and hosting a business conference with accomplished CEOs and Directors.
Maxime Schüler, a CP graduate from Sweden, reflects on her IB education, a career in the hospitality industry, and how being balanced (an IB learner profile attribute) has contributed to her success.
Global learning is an approach to teaching and learning which recognizes the importance of understanding multiple and diverse perspectives, and the links between local and global relationships and concerns.
Holly Engström, a Primary Years Programme (PYP) homeroom teacher at the International School of the Stockholm Region, Sweden explores how her students took ownership of their learning and turned their empathy into action, making a meaningful impact in the face of adversity.
Ruchi Joshi, Middle Years Programme (MYP) science educator and interdisciplinary units coordinator from One World International School Bangalore writes about the promotion of collaboration through interdisciplinary learning
Matt and Sydney from UNIS Hanoi, Vietnam shared their experience where sports day isn’t just about competition, but a journey towards well-being. Discover how they reimagined the traditional sports day
Bianca Starck, ATL Coordinator of Sekolah Ciputra in Surabaya, Indonesia shares her school’s reflection on how ATLs are connected to sustainable entrepreneurship.
Tanat (Johnny) Tungsubutra, a student currently enrolled in the DP at Bangkok Patana School, shares his research journey as part of his CAS service experience. Johnny explains and reflects on the fascinating power of rice fields and creative agricultural ideas on environmental preservation.
In this blog, we share three considerations for becoming a totally inclusive school, highlight their connections with IB philosophy, and suggest possible next step initiatives. Photo: ©IB/UWCCostaRica/ClaraDominguesdaCruz/2021
Malvika Mehta, an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) student from B.D. Somani International School, Mumbai, India talks to us about making a difference through her schools’ community service program.
Randy Grillo, principal of Mandela International Magnet School in New Mexico, shares his inspiring experience of a school visit to Mandela’s sister school, Liceo Federico Froebel in Oaxaca, Mexico. Through cultural immersion and community engagement, the trip provided students with invaluable opportunities for personal growth and learning.
Alejandra Molina is a Diploma Programme alumna from Peru who shares her personal journey in becoming a risk-taker to achieve success and be a role model for underrepresented groups. Alejandra highlights the value of the IB Learner Profile, encouraging everyone, not just IB students, to embody its values.
We spoke with Mridula Manasvi R K, an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) student on a mission to protect our planet.