September 2014 (issue 70)

Read articles from the September 2014 edition of IB World.

It’s not about the numbers

Professor Marcus du Sautoy discusses his vision for teaching the compelling ‘literature’ of mathematics.

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From theory to practice

Educators face an urgent, uphill battle to engage and enthuse students with the real-world applications of STEM subjects.

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Refreshing approaches

Pilot schools report back on new guidance, due to be released next year, that will revitalize approaches to teaching and learning in the IB Diploma Programme.

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The journey’s just begun

Educators reflect on completing the PYP authorization process.

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The continuing quest for inclusion

Cathryn Newbery speaks to IB World Schools who are tackling diversity issues in an authentic, locally focused way.

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My dad, the IB’s father

Henry Peterson, son of the IB’s first Director General, tells Hayley Kirton about his memories of his father, Alec.

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Tell us a story…

Using the ancient art of storytelling in your classroom will enhance learning and social skills for young students.

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Sharing stories

A giant artwork started with six students and went on to embrace the whole community.

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On the egde of discovery

IB programmes gave one high-flying young scientist the courage to follow her dreams.

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