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IB Diploma at the forefront of education

This week I have been fortunate enough to travel to Vienna and attend the IB Global Conference joining over 1800 IB educators form around the world. 

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As the International Baccalaureate enjoys its 50th birthday, it is clear that the IB Diploma is at the forefront of education on a world-wide level.

The emphasis of the conference this year is students building their own futures, and having a readiness to learn - to become “Learning Animals” a phrase coined by guest keynote speaker Will Robinson.

It is clear that the academic rigor of the IB allows students to develop the knowledge they need, and just as importantly, the Core elements, particularly CAS - creativity action and service, allows students to think big, look outside their own boundaries and look to make a difference in their own school, communities and beyond.

This week I have received a number of CAS Project proposals from groups of students who are keen to do just this - think big and make a difference.

 

Matt Lennon

IBDP Coordinator

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