A growing collection of student work
The InThinking IB student art gallery is live!
You can now see examples of work from other schools and witness different approaches to each of the the three assessed components. It is my hope that many teachers will share their best student work here, with the students consent naturally, and this can be both informative and inspiring for all. The gallery begins with only a few examples and will grow over time to what I hope is an immensely valuable resource for teachers and students alike.
Only work that has already been assessed may be shared in this gallery, and even then, the entire component will not be visible, only a selection of screens or pieces. This is in order to protect student intellectual property from plagiarism, (although Im sure most teachers would notice if your students suddenly came up with a piece of work completely unrelated to the rest of their research and output.) The student gallery will not be accessible to students unless you choose to show them, which represents a great opportunity for discussion. Please use with respect for the artists.
The gallery is organized by component
How do I contribute student work?
If you wish you may propose your student's work for only one component, or for all three. Not all work submitted will automatically be included in the gallery. Student work is rigorously selected and formatted for viewing on this site. Contact me (the author) directly to share work on google drive. Please include the final mark given to your student's work, as a matter of interest, not as an assessment exercise.
This gallery is not intended as an exhaustive resource but as a curated selection that showcases a range of effective approaches to the assessed components.