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
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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.
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.
Kala Parasuram, Assessment Access and Inclusion Manager at the IB Global Center in Cardiff, Wales, discusses additional time for examinations, access arrangements, and why it’s important for teachers and students to work closely together for these accommodations.
An IB World School shares how its Exceptional Children Extensions programme is empowering students with disabilities to succeed Sixteen students with a range of intellectual and physical disabilities, including Down’s syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy, follow the Exceptional Children (EC) Extensions programme at Randolph IB Middle School, North Carolina, USA. “As stated within the IB […]