Daily Archives: June 17, 2012

A Personal Message & A Catalog of Paperback Books

As an indie author, when you have written the book, the easy part of the process is completed. The more complex part comes next, namely, the self marketing of the book, or, in my case, the book(s). There are a … Continue reading

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Missoula’s Lewis and Clark Elementary may adopt International … – The Missoulian

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program Missoula’s Lewis and Clark Elementary may adopt International …The MissoulianUpon authorization, the soonest the school could deliver PYP with the official … If the school were approved as a PYP school, it would … Continue reading

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Hurstpierpoint College, HURST Senior and Sixth Form, news International Baccalaureate

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program Excellent all-round day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 4 to 18. Safe country campus of 140 acres. Outstanding in so many ways… See on http://www.hppc.co.uk

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Generation Obama: Pursuing their dreams through four years of hard times

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program The Great Recession took a toll on the 25 students at Norfolk’s Granby High School who met Barack Obama in 2008. See on http://www.washingtonpost.com

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Admissions 101: Getting college credit for International Baccalaureate courses

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program I have been ranting about the failure of most U.S. colleges to give proper credit for IB courses successfully completed with good IB exam scores. See on http://www.washingtonpost.com

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Five IB World Schools in Newsweek’s top 10

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program Five IB World Schools in the United States Feature in the Top 10 of Newsweek’s 2011 High School Rankings… See on http://www.ibo.org

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Ofqual finds that the IB Diploma Programme prepares students well for university study

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program News article. IB appoints Susan Saxton as Chief Officer of Education Innovation Services. See on http://www.ibo.org

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IB primary and middle-years students perform better

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program Press release. Research shows that IB primary and middle-years students perform better on international assessments than their peers at non-IB schools. See on http://www.ibo.org

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Teachers as Inquirers – The Journey Continues…

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program It seems that this year the professional development at Lincoln Community School Accra has been a yearlong journey of inquiry. I have already written two posts about my experiences last semester: M… See … Continue reading

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Inquiring into the inquiry planner…

See on Scoop.it – International Baccalaureate Program When I published a post about planning recently, I wasn’t quite sure whether it would have broader appeal than the IB community. I included a link to a blank planner to give a sense … Continue reading

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