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New #Research Study Explores the Impact of MYPs Social-Emotional Well-Being on Lifelong Success #ibmyp #asmsg

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5★★★★★ #BookReview: The International Baccalaureate #ASMSG #KindleUnlimited #AmazonPrime

The International Baccalaureate Program Authored by Thomas Jerome Baker “An international education must go well beyond the provision of information and is involved in the development of attitudes and values which transcend barriers of race, class, religion, gender or politics.” … Continue reading

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The International Baccalaureate: “La Cultura de Excelencia”

“The culture of excellence” – Presidente Rafael Correa of Ecuador, referring to the International Baccalaureate… Everyone has heard of this education program, the International Baccalaureate, but no one is really sure what it is exactly. Some people, like President Correa … Continue reading

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Better Than Finland: The IB Approach to Evaluation

Trust or accountability? While the rest of the world evaluates schools, teachers and students to hold them accountable, for what they are supposed to be doing, Finland has a system that is based on trust. Schools, teachers and students are … Continue reading

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2 North Side Chicago high schools last to offer International Baccalaureate Diploma Program

by Fran Spielman City Hall Reporter/ fspielman@suntimes.com December 13, 2012 Source: Chicago Sun-Times Two North Side High Schools — Taft and Lincoln Park —will become the last of six promised Chicago Public high schools devoted exclusively to International Baccalaureate diploma … Continue reading

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Ofqual: “The International Baccalaureate is an excellent alternative to A levels”

THE International Baccalaureate is an excellent alternative to A levels, attractive to students who enjoy studying a range of subjects. Ofqual have released a report whose findings suggest the programme successfully prepares students for the demands of higher education. Source: … Continue reading

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International Baccalaureate applauds U.S. efforts to improve education

International Baccalaureate applauds U.S. efforts to improve education Leading education provider worldwide voices its support for Common Core 23/10/2012 Source: http://www.ibo.org Bethesda, Md. — The International Baccalaureate (IB) applauds the efforts of the National Governors Association (NGA) and the Council … Continue reading

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The International Baccalaureate: So Great It Was Adopted by the British

Michael Gove announces new English Baccalaureate to replace GCSEs Source: The Telegraph By Rosa Prince, Online Political Editor Michael Gove has told MPs that the new English Baccalaureate to be introduced as a replacement for the GCSE will stop the … Continue reading

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MOOC Pedagogy: Theory & Practice

The MOOC has its share of optimists and pessimists. Some see it as the next best thing since sliced bread, others see it as a waste of time, a passing fad that everyone is talking about lately, but will soon … Continue reading

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Peer Effects: Is mixing of abilities the optimal policy?

To track, or not to track students? To mix, or not to mix? Mixed ability classes or grouping of students according to performance levels? Educators have struggled with these questions often, making agonizing decisions about what classroom or what class … Continue reading

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