New developments are underway in the IB Diploma Programme (DP) mathematics curriculum with the a new course beginning for Year 1 DP students in 2019. Rachelle Bernadel, the IB’s University Relations Administrator for North America, works with institutions to make sure they stay up-to-date.
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Rachelle Bernadel is the IB’s University Relations Administrator at the IB Global Centre in Bethesda, MD, USA. She is also an IB graduate of Parkdale High School in Riverdale, Maryland. The Good News Letter is a resource created by the University Relations team at the International Baccalaureate. It is sent out every other month to […]
The EE is a living and breathing conduit to create, synthesize and disseminate knowledge. It allows students to really take their passions and form that into a scholarly research document. Now what?
Rachelle Bernadel is the IB’s University Relations Administrator at the IB Global Centre in Bethesda, MD, USA. She is also an IB graduate of Parkdale High School in Riverdale, Maryland. Happy New Year everyone! It has been a while since I last posted and there is so much I want to catch you up on! […]
The 2015 Conference topped last year’s event by hosting over 1900 attendees selling out 2 weeks before the conference. The Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers facility and staff was gracious enough to host our conference allowing participants to enjoy the amazing architecture and food of this unique city.
Counselors, you are often the bedrock of a student’s intellectual and personal development during the secondary years and your influence during this delicate time is essential.
The face of college admissions is rapidly changing. With more and more students taking highly rigorous course-work and participating in varied extra-curricular/service activities, it is becoming increasingly difficult to differentiate ability on college applications by simply looking at a student on paper.
Anna’s experience as a 2013 alumnus may help your students stay sane traversing the college admissions process, especially during the holiday season. Finding a balance between enjoying time off from school or work while keeping in perspective that college applications, Extended Essay and TOK writing all may be looming over a student’s head can be […]
It’s been a while since I took you along on a road trip. I spent the past couple of weeks meeting with colleagues in a region packed with great colleges and universities that welcome IB students every year.
On top of the heavy workloads and large amounts of students that many counselors experience on a daily basis, it never ceases to amaze me when they still find the time to create initiatives to bolster the development of their fellow colleagues. Former IB counselor turned IB coordinator David Quinn from Edmonds- Woodway High School […]