IB World School

  • IB documents - you will need for authorization and evaluation
  • Key IB terms in a glossary
  • 10 slides series - an introductory PPT for each key IB concept - ideal to use with staff.
  • Tools for creating and reviewing school policies
  • Guide to writing your Academic Honesty Policy
  • Guide to writing your Admissions Policy
  • Guide to writing your Assessment Policy
  • Guide to writing your Language Policy
  • Guide to writing your Special Educational Needs Policy
  • Top Tips on writing and reviewing IB policies
  • Guide to the Authorization Process
  • Checklist of IB requirements
  • Planning a Verification Visit - including questions the team may ask
  • Guide to Evaluation Process
  • Top tips on carrying out a self-study
  • Writing an Action Plan
  • Synchronized Visits
  • University recognition - and promotion of the Diploma Programme

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Glossary of IB Terms 2 December 2017

Academic Honesty: The principle that all work presented for assessment should be the candidate's own work.Access: refers...
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Introduction 14 August 2017

This section explores what it means to be an IB World School An IB Education , how to become an IB World School (Authorization...
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Key IB Policies 16 June 2017

IB Standards and Practices relating to the Diploma Programme refer to five key policies. They are: Admissions Policy, Language...
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How do you promote | market the IB? 4 November 2018

The I and the B is a combination of international outlook and a rigorous academic programme that provides a pre-university...
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10 slides series - introduction to IB big ideas 25 August 2018

Are you introducing the IB to new stakeholders for the first time? Or, do you want a quick refresher to use in staff meetings?This...
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An IB Education 25 June 2018

What makes an IB World School distinctive? What are the key unifying features that run through each of the four IB programmes?This...
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