The IB is excited to present our brand new podcast series. Hear from educators all over the world, from all four IB programmes, as they tell us more about their experiences of educating students for a better world.
Exciting shift to reasoning in MYP mathematics, by math expert Terry Linton
Terry Linton has been teaching in the IB programmes for the last 12 years, mostly teaching mathematics, but also sciences. He is a workshop leader for the IB and a school visiting team member. Terry currently works as curriculum director for the Beanstalk education group in Beijing, China. Listen to learn more about how Terry participated in the curriculum review for MYP mathematics, providing upskilling for IB educators who are going to lead the subject specific seminars.
DP Economics: Concepts, context, and content
From IB teacher, workshop leader, and now curriculum manager, Martin Muchena has led the creation of the new DP Economics course, which will begin first teaching this fall. Concepts, context, and content are the three pillars of this dynamic new course as students explore economics in a holistic new way.
The History of the IB Global Conference
With the IB Global Conference coming later this year to Toronto, Canada, it felt like the perfect time to sit down with Paul Campbell, Head of Development & Outreach for IB Americas, and talk about the history of the IB Global Conference, how it fits into the greater IB mission, and reflect on some of Paul’s fondest memories of previous conferences.
Leadership, well-being and trust in the PYP
Join Rynette de Villiers, Head of School at the International School of Utrecht in the Netherlands where she discusses leading an IB continuum school and developing a culture of well-being and trust - with a focus on teacher agency.
Izy Kali, artist with an IB mission
The arts have been a part of Izy Kali’s life since as long as she can remember. When her family moved to Malaysia and she began her IB Diploma Programme (DP) studies at the International School of Penang, her work as an artist only grew as part of her identity.