MYP eAssessment LIVE panel discussions

Join us to learn about MYP eAssessment via the on-demand webinar series, followed by our 'LIVE' panel discussions.

On-demand webinar series

The on-demand series will be presented in the form of recordings of the MYP eAssessment webinars which were previously held between March and June 2020. The recordings provide a point of departure for participants to develop prior understanding about:

  • IB assessment principles and practices reflected in MYP eAssessment.
  • Connections between MYP eAssessment principles and practices and the classroom.
  • MYP eAssessment and contemporary research.

'LIVE' panel discussion 1: Wednesday 14 October 2020 - 13:00 (GMT)

During this ‘LIVE’ discussion, a panel of experienced IB educators will share 3 different school case studies highlighting the value of implementing the MYP eAssessment. The group will exchange ideas and discuss how the MYP eAssessment is a tool for success and validates learning. Join this ‘LIVE’ event and don’t miss the opportunity to get your questions answered.

 

Watch on-demand recording


Meet our moderator


Mary Tadros - Senior Manager
Development, Recognition and eAssessment

Mary Tadros is the Recognition, Development and eAssessment Marketing Senior Manager at the IB. She is a lead educator in the IB educator network, leads workshops and training, team leader and chair for school evaluation and authorization visits and an MYP consultant. She chaired a number of synchronized IB/CIS and NEASC visits. Prior to joining the IB, Mary held the position of Head of Middle Years School, Head of Secondary School and taught DP and MYP Sciences and TOK.

 

Meet our members


Antonio Soriano Vidal - Laude Newton College, Spain

Antonio Soriano is originally from Spain. He has a degree in English Linguistics and Literature and holds a MEd and the PGCE as well as the NPQSL certificate.  Antonio has extensive experience in working in IB World schools teaching Spanish B and Spanish Ab Initio. Currently, he is the Head of Sixth Form and IB DP coordinator at Laude Newton College, Spain, where he has been the MYP coordinator for three years; a period that he really enjoyed by helping the community to understand the MYP philosophy and support them with the eAssessments.

Antonio has been a member of the IBEN community since 2017 undertaking roles, such as workshop leader, school visit member, examiner and online facilitator.


 

Rashid Khalid - TNS Beaconhouse, DHA, Pakistan

Rashid Khalid holds a Bachelor’s (Hons) degree in chemistry and has worked in IB World Schools for the last 10 years; 5 of which as an MYP coordinator and 2 as a DP coordinator. He is currently the DP Coordinator for TNS Beaconhouse - DHA, Pakistan. After completing his CIE O and A levels, he started teaching O levels Bio and Physics (2007 and 2008). He later got a four-year, fully funded, scholarship to pursue his undergraduate degree from LUMS.


 

Robert Harrison - ACS International Schools, UK

Robert Harrison grew up in the United States, where he studied and worked in religious, public and higher education, earning a PhD in Religion and Sociology from Duke University in 1991. Until he joined the staff of the International Baccalaureate in 2010, he was a special educator, teacher leader and programme coordinator in a large and highly-diverse school system near Washington, D.C. From 2007-2014 he served as adjunct faculty at George Mason University’s Center for International Education, where he taught advanced courses in curriculum design, assessment and action research.

Robert served as the IB’s first manager for global education and in 2013 was appointed Head of Middle Years Programme (MYP) Development in The Hague, Netherlands. In that post, Robert was responsible for academic development of MYP eAssessment, as well as the worldwide implementation and evaluation of MYP: Next chapter. A frequent author and presenter on international and middle level education, he has been co-editor-in-chief of the IB Journal of Teaching Research. Robert took up the post of ACS Education Strategy Director in 2018.

 

'LIVE' panel discussion 2: Friday 14 August 2020 - 15:00 (SGT)

During the ‘LIVE’ discussion, a panel will share two case studies, exchange ideas and discuss the value of implementing MYP eAssessment. The panel will also address any pre-submitted questions.

 

Watch on-demand recording


Meet our moderator


Mary Tadros - Senior Manager
Development, Recognition and eAssessment

Mary Tadros is the Recognition, Development and eAssessment Marketing Senior Manager at the IB. She is a lead educator in the IB educator network, leads workshops and training, team leader and chair for school evaluation and authorization visits and an MYP consultant. She chaired a number of synchronized IB/CIS and NEASC visits. Prior to joining the IB, Mary held the position of Head of Middle Years School, Head of Secondary School and taught DP and MYP Sciences and TOK.

 

Meet our members


Anshu Sharma - Pathways School, Noida, India

Ms. Anshu Sharma is an enthusiastic and self-motivated educator who has more than 14 years of work experience at reputed schools in India. She has been working at Pathways School, Noida as MYP Coordinator for the last five years. She strongly believes in the strength of student agency and continues her efforts in building teacher efficacy as leader.

She is an approved NEASC visiting team member. Before joining Pathways School Noida, Ms. Anshu has worked as MYP coordinator & DP Biology teacher with RBK International Academy, Mumbai, and PYP/MYP faculty at Ecole Mondial World School, Mumbai & Navrachana international School Vadodara. She had the opportunity to teach all three programmes of the IB and successfully led the MYP authorization process at various schools she worked. Ms. Anshu has done her post-graduation in Biology as well as in Education.


 

Martin Keon - Swiss International Scientific School, Dubai

Martin Keon is currently the deputy head of secondary and MYP coordinator at the Swiss International Scientific School of Dubai. The school offers the MYP in English, French and German and offers the MYP eAssessment in French and German. Martin was involved with the pilot onscreen exams in 2015.  He is the lead MYP coordinator in the UAE IB association and promotes MYP eAssessment among new and existing schools. He is also an active IBEN member as a consultant, site visit team leader and workshop leader across the AEM region. While new to the IB CP as the CP coordinator, he is an experienced DP examiner and teacher.


 

Jasmine Madhani - Jamnabai Narsee International School, Mumbai

Jasmine Madhani has been an international school educator for 28 years. She serves as Head of School at Jamnabai Narsee International School, Mumbai.

Jasmine works as an IB consultant in supporting IB candidate schools in the planning and implementation of the Diploma Program. She serves as a school service visiting team leader and the IB Chair for a cross-program and synchronized evaluation visits. 

As a qualified IB workshop leader, Jasmine has delivered numerous professional development seminars. She has conducted seminars globally in Mathematics, Concepts and Inquiry in DP, Internal assessments and Approaches to Teaching and Learning for educators in cities including Beijing, Bangkok, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Melbourne, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, and Mumbai. 

Jasmine facilitates this high level of learning by utilizing her experience as a contributor to the IB Mathematics curriculum review team by analyzing the relevant content for today's learner. Jasmine’s interest lies in curriculum and instruction design. She served on the IB Middle Years Program Evaluation Advisory Committee (MYPEAC) to evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of the IB's 'MYP: Next Chapter' programme at the IB world schools globally.

 

"The eAssessments provide us data for reflection on our curriculum and teaching and learning strategies." - MYP school that participated in the May 2018 examination session.