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A Little Flashback

Bonjour! 

I have had an absolutely aaaamaaaazing weekend in Carriacou and visiting the Tobago Cays. I don’t really have any words to describe how beautiful it was, but 1,500 photos of beach and blue water might tell you how stunning we thought it was. 442 more words

Cape Town

Introduction to the IB

Founded in 1968, the International Baccalaureate® (IB) is a non-profit educational foundation offering four highly respected programmes of international education that develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills needed to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalizing world. 172 more words

Parents

Competency of International Baccalaureate programme (IB programme) in International Schools of India

Our young Generation is facing a human wave of Global competition. This competing environment has changed the way teachers, parents and students think about education and literacy.  1,196 more words

Group work and the deaf, gifted learner

In the multi-purpose room all the fifth grade families are sitting at lunch tables, listening to a presentation that explains about the Big Group Project our kids are about to start working on. 1,024 more words

Deaf

International School

“I hate school, all we do is play all day.”

I know you are expecting me to follow this statement with the words: said no child ever, but this is a direct quote from my youngest during last term.  

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Expat

Life as an IB Diploma Candidate

Hey, guys. Two weeks in the third quarter…or maybe it was three? As usual, I’ve been telling myself I’ll do better this time. It’s the last day of school before a whole week off for winter break. 314 more words

AP

IB Stress

The final days of non-studying High school days lie before us. In the weeks before and after Ski week, the majority of our internally assessed works will be handed in. 399 more words

College