Getting started with IA

IB Psychology: Getting started with IA

This section of the site is devoted to materials that may be used to organize and assist students in the setting up and carrying out of the internal assessment. The section includes suggestions for experiments to replicate, reminders of restrictions for the internal assessment, planners and checklists, as well as samples of IA"s which students should consult before starting their report writing.The following section...


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Natalie Denton 16 April 2018 - 14:34

Hi John. Please can I ask - will you be creating/sharing a writing frame for students to assist with the IA? I haven´t taught it before and although I have access to last years resources at my current school the IA seems very different. Thank you. Natalie

Natalie Denton 16 April 2018 - 14:41

I have since found your IA checklist! Thanks :)


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