The IBMA Academy offers an affordable opportunity for new and experienced teachers, administrators, and coordinators to share and expand their knowledge of IB so they can enter into the upcoming school year with new ideas and perspectives on implementing IB in their school. Sessions will be offered in each of the programs offered throughout the continuum (Primary Years, Middle Years, Diploma, and Career-related Programmes).
Apply to present at the 2016 Academy here.
Pre-Conference sessions take place on July 27, the day preceding the IBMA Summer Academy. Sessions are:
The Creative Classroom with Anne-Marie Evans
Interdisciplinary Unity Planning in the MYP with Celina Pierrottet and Xavier Alire
Mindfulness, Compassion and Happiness: Innovative Strategies with Lorne Young and Claudia Santos
TOK Across the Curriculum with Jerry Chris
Approaches to Teaching and Learning in the DP and MYP Classroom with Kate Hebdon
Detailed descriptions of all pre-conference sessions are here.
Special offer: For the "Interdisciplinary Unit Planning in the MYP" session only, you get 3 teachers for the price of 2. Email John Day with the additional attendee once you register two participants.
Register for the IBMA Academy Pre-Conference (July 27, 2016) here.
Registration for the Academy is $150 per day per participant. Each day will provide an excellent opportunity to refresh more experienced teachers about best practices and introduce new teachers/counselors/administrators to your school about the IB program and its philosophies. There are also a number of sessions this year geared towards DP Coordinators and Counselors. All presenters are from current IB schools and are highly qualified and recommended.
Detailed descriptions of all Academy sessions are here. More will be added.
Register for the IBMA Academy (July 28, 2016) here.
A special rate of $149 has been negotiated at the Westin Tyson Corner hotel (next to Marshall High School). Click here to register.
To view the full 2016 IBMA Academy program, click here.
If you have any questions contact John Day.