A webinar pass provides access to all webinars related to one International Baccalaureate® (IB) programme. The webinar schedule, for each pass, is below.
A webinar pass costs $300USD. Middle Years Programme (MYP) webinars are available in English, Spanish and French.
To read about the webinars available in French and Spanish, please use the language switcher at the top of this page.
All times listed are below are given in coordinated universal time (UTC).
Broaden your thinking about how technology can nurture student agency and voice through Approaches to Teaching and Learning. Technology enables all students to express themselves in multimodal ways and to be active participants in a variety of local and global communities. Students can build relationships, take ownership of shaping new knowledge, and take real-life action both online and offline.
Help learners assess how they think and learn and make judgments on the quality of their own work and the work of others. Explore strategies to encourage self-assessment and peer feedback to improve learning outcomes. Consider what high-quality self-assessment looks like, the important role of peer feedback (over peer assessment) and how to implement both into a PYP classroom.
All English webinars about the Middle Years Programme (MYP) are facilitated by Lisa Nicholson.
05 April 2017 at 4pm UTC and 06 April at 6am UTC
Organization skills: Set goals and learning preferences
Challenge yourself to look at organization through multiple intelligences and learning styles. Learn how to help students develop strategies for organizing complex information and setting realistic goals.
Support students in using reflection and metacognition to become life-long learners. Learn how to provide specific guidance to students in becoming more flexible, responsive and effective.
19 April 2017 at 10pm UTC and 20 March 2017 at 11am UTC
Interdisciplinary learning through film
Share strategies and resources for interdisciplinary learning opportunities through film. The focus will be on teaching and learning within the DP Group 6: Film course but will also engage with a number of different DP courses where teaching and learning is enriched by interdisciplinary projects. Learn about successful interdisciplinary unit planning, share resources and question the pedagogical underpinnings of interdisciplinary learning.
07 June 2017 at 10pm UTC and 08 June 2017 at 11am UTC
Predicted grades: When and how to use them
Predicted grades—those used for university applications and those sent to the IB exams centre—can be confusing. Discuss these and other questions: Is the same grade needed for universities and for the IB, or can they be different? When is it best to collect predicted grades from teachers? Which universities around the world require predicted grades? How optimistic should teachers be with their grading?