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 are offered in each of the programs offered throughout the continuum (Primary Years, Middle Years, Diploma, and Career-related Programmes).
On July 27 full-day sessions will be presented by well-known IB educators. The sessions are:
The Power of Transdisciplinary Teaching and Learning in the PYP Classroom - Anne Marie Evans
Bringing Inquiry to the PYP Mathematics Lesson - Amy Quinn
Personal and Community Projects in the MYP - Lindsey Belzyt
Global Contexts in the MYP Classroom - Debbie Getzel
Integrating Technology into the DP Classroom - Amy Heusterberg-Richards and Vicki Quinn
Elevating the DP Extended Essay Experience - Doreen Chonko
Detailed descriptions of all July 27 sessions are here. The cost is only $200 for a full-day session. Register for July 27 here
On July 28 IBMA presesnts a subject bootcamp.
The IBMA Subject Bootcamp is designed for new teachers in current IB schools who will not have a chance to attend IB training due to time or monetary constraints.
This one-day Bootcamp will be led by experienced IB teachers from around the region. Instruction will focus on such topics as an overview of the year, day to day activities, approaches to teaching and subject specific assessment preparation (if applicable).
The Subject Bootcamp would also be appropriate for established IB schools who are considering adding a new subject and would like to hear an overview to see if that subject would best meet their needs. Sessions will be held for a wide range of subjects for all IB Programmes (PYP, MYP, DP, and CP). To see the long list of subjects being offered, click here
The Bootcamp does not count towards the requirement for official IB teacher training.
The cost is only $150 for a full-day session. Register for July 28 here
If you have any questions contact John Day.