Course organization

IB Psychology: Course organization

Theoretically, there are several different ways in which you could organize your course. That being said, most teachers teach the course sequentially - starting with the core and then teaching the options. Some teach the qualitiative research unit as a stand-alone unit; others integrate. The following pages look at different ways to organize the course and how to link content to the questions. What you choose...


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Jane Sidwell 1 November 2016 - 09:39

John.... I was wondering if we have any information available yet on the course and curriculum changes for the beginning of next school year (testing May 2019)? I am also contemplating PD for the new curriculum. When will that be the materials used?

Thanks,
Jane Sidwell

John Crane 2 November 2016 - 16:22

Dear Jane - the curriculum will be released in February. There are some workshops offered by the IB listed on their website. Inthinking's workshop on the new curriculum will be held in September in Spain.


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