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    tendency for catering exclusively to the socioeconomic elite. In a revision of their expansionary policy in 2004, the IB redirected their growth strategy to a “growth and access focus”; purposefully increasing access to “disadvantaged students” within areas where the biggest impact could be leveraged. The drive to “increase the opportunity for more students to experience and benefit from an IB education regardless of personal circumstances” (“Mission and Strategy”, 2004). connects with the ideals expressed

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    to have courage to think differently, courage to invent, to travel the unexplored path, courage to discover the impossible and to conquer the problems and succeed." In its essence, Abdul Kalam clearly exemplifies one of the principle aspects of the IB [International Bachelorette] Learner Profile. Centering around both the fundamental values of ethical behavior and the attributes of a successful member of society, the ten traits found in the Learner Profile serve as an ideal means of instituting a

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    committed student who has worked really hard to attain academic achievements. I have overcome a great deal of financial and familiar difficulties in order to stand out and progress towards my professional goals. Starting with my enrolment in the IB Programme I was determined to pursue international education. As an international student in Canada I have developed passion and dedication to my studies with the constant vision of attending LSE for postgraduate education. My dreams to be part of the global

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    of my SPM (a Malaysian qualification equivalent to “O” Level), I took up A-Levels in Arts as guided by a few career counsellors to be the pathway of being a teacher. Then, I came across a great opportunity to enrol myself into a teacher training programme for a BA (Education) from a UK University where I was assigned as a teacher assistant in International School X, (the said international school and the university are not named for anonymity of the institution, students and staff). I am doing a module

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    Throughout this semester in the Introduction to Academic Research course, I learned a great deal about research. We covered a wide variety of topics that encompassed topics such as methods of field research, the unknowns when conducting research (the Black Box activity), the differences that exist among fields when using the word “research”, and many others. I’ll begin with what I learned about myself. Throughout this course, I learned a great deal about my future interests and the characteristics

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    The International Baccalaureate program that our school is a member of has adopted and implemented the IB philosophy of promoting intercultural understanding and respect. We encourage our students to become active in our communities, to think critically about themselves and the world around them, and to become compassionate, lifelong learners. Before I had heard of the IB program, I had already adopted this concept. I realize that my pre-teen students are so absorbed with our American pop culture

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    school, and I had to study even more than an average student to make sure that I did well in these rigorous courses. I knew that due to the excessive amount of work I had to manage my time well between games, practices and study time. By being in the IB program and athlete also expanded my work ethics and has taught me that hard work,effort and dedication pays off in the end.There were plenty of times when I was too tired to do my homework and I had to set time aside to make sure all my work was completed

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    occurs, it should be collaborative, it is shared and understood through formalisms, and entail adaptation via use, observing the process of IB and IB World Schools member acceptance, we can conclude three things : IB schools do collaborative practices by sending a “network leader” to bridge the school into its external partners (including the IB and other IB World Schools who are in the network), the formalism is shown by complet... ... middle of paper ... ...ironmental (i.e. nation, race, ethnicity

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    kids all over the world face. I think this book would be a superb book for an IB MYP class to conduct an extensive novel study on. This book features some of the issues that poor people have to face in their lives, some of which include: human trafficking, slavery and poverty. Because, this book deals with so many issues related to the IB context Fairness and Development, the story can help teach many students in the IB MYP program about global fairness and development issues. In developing countries

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    helped me in becoming an open-minded, caring and principled individual. All together, CAS has made me into a well knowledgeable citizen who is aware of his strength and the areas for growth. When we were first introduced to the CAS requirements for IB programme, I knew I was not ready for all the work and community services it required. Like everyone else, I freaked out about th...

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