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Read David Tongue's article, "Why the IB is Ideal for the Modern World" 

In challenging times, the principles behind the International Baccalaureate are more important than ever, says this head. Click here for a link to the full article. 




Tools for the DP

Ohio IB University Recognition Document File for conversations with university staff regarding acknowledgement and credit for student achievements

Sample letter to State Representatives regarding recognition of DP student work at the state level

Language B Assessment 3.0
January 26th, 2022
Zoom Workshop 
 9:30AM-3:30PM
Lunch Noon-1PM

After two years of isolation. social distancing and cancelled IB assessments, let's look at what we learned about the 2020 curriculum and about ourselves as educators. We will take a thorough look at the listening comprehension component, which will finally be introduced in May 2022. We will explore what we have learned from administering the new oral exams in very challenging circumstances and we will clarify how to help our students be confident and successful on the written production exam. We will leave our COVID induced apprehension and insecurity behind and we will emerge confident and sure that we are, in fact, master IB teachers.

Our session will also include "accommodations to the oral", "a better understanding of text types", and your burning questions.

Coordinators should plan to attend or view video as session will also go over test day setup requirements.

Workshop fee is $75 for first school registrant. 
 Additional registrants from same school will not be charged.

Session will be recorded and registrants will have access to video for 30 days following the conclusion of the workshop. Video link will be sent out to all registrants.

Annie Foster is a retired teacher of French, German and Spanish who started working with the IB in 1992 with Edmonton Public Schools in Alberta, Canada. She has also worked as a Department Head and Head of School. She has been an examiner, a workshop leader, a site visitor and a curriculum outline reader since 2005. She has led workshops in person, online and virtually and is no stranger to Ohio. We welcome Annie back!

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