Tag Archives: EE

New Study from Europe: When Teachers & Students Speak English in the Classroom

In Chile, every time we survey students we find out something that surprises nobody. It is related to teaching English, in English. As you can imagine, it is a good idea to teach English, in English. First, here is the … Continue reading

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Can the International Baccalaureate improve English education?

Can the International Baccalaureate improve English education? Many believe the International Baccalaureate could bring English education back up to scratch. Source: The Telegraph Citizens of the world: IB Diploma candidates are encouraged to think of themselves as members of a … Continue reading

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Jumeira Baccalaureate Accredited to offer IB Diploma

Jumeira Baccalaureate School (JBS), an International School in the heart of Jumeira in Dubai and part of the Taaleem family of schools, will be welcoming the first intake of Grade 11 students in September 2012 as they undertake their IB … Continue reading

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The Global Search for Education: An International Education (Excerpt)

International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme overview Dr. Tony Wagner, Innovation Education fellow at Harvard University and author of the new book, Creating Innovators (due out April 17), explains, “I do agree that the IB is a significantly better framework for intellectual … Continue reading

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