Presentation on theme: "IB Resources you should use FLIBS Plenary 21 February 2014 Since you have paid for them!"— Presentation transcript:
IB Resources you should use FLIBS Plenary 21 February 2014 Since you have paid for them!
This power point and all important papers from this meeting will be posted on the FLIBS website!
NamePosition *Phone Alicia D’UrbanoRegional Manager: DP Ted WilliamsRegional Manager: MYP Michael CliftonRegional Manager: PYP Gloria McDowellSenior Regional Head of School Services Kielo SavilaaksoOCC IB AnswersLOCAL and LIVE helpdesk 3025 Jaime ClarkIBA PD Manager *Phone numbers may have changed Resources in Bethesda
https://ibanswers.ibo.org/ RightNow’s customers: Australia Post, British Airways, Linksys, Nikon, British Telecom, Motorola, Black and Decker, Bank of New Zealand, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Department of Education, the Social Security Administration, Australian National University, the University of South Florida, Intuit, Telstra, Fandango, and Columbia University. Australia PostBritish AirwaysLinksysNikonBritish TelecomMotorolaBlack and DeckerBank of New ZealandCenters for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesDepartment of EducationSocial Security AdministrationAustralian National UniversityUniversity of South FloridaIntuitTelstraFandangoColumbia University  24/5 (no Saturday or Sunday) Highly-trained LIVE operators 14 in Cardiff; 3 in Singapore; 3 in Bethesda State-of-the-art database and information accessibility : domestic call Telephone and web resources
FLIBS PLENARY 21 FEBRUARY 2014 The IB Website
Usually, a link to the logos you may use is here!
You’ve paid to use these documents and publications in support of your programme
Look here if you have an opening, want to internationalize your programme, or want to get out of Dodge!
How to find an IB School (or a group of them) On every page BUT the landing page Allows protected contact with the IBC The most likely-to-be-updated resource The place to send parents from outside the area or country who want to know about Florida IB schools Check to see if yours is accurate
FLIBS PLENARY 21 FEBRUARY 2014 Available Research
The IB does 4 types of research
FLIBS PLENARY 21 FEBRUARY 2014 General Resources for Programmes
IB website: Application process: Guide to school authorization: Programme brochure: Research on the PYP: Social media: LinkedIn: IB PYP EducatorsIB PYP Educators Twitter: https://twitter.com/ibpyphttps://twitter.com/ibpyp IB Blogs: Primary Year Programmes blog: Sharing PYP Practice blog: Resources for the PYP:
IB website: Application process: Guide to school authorization: Programme brochure: Research on the MYP: Professional development for educators: Social media: LinkedIn: IB MYP EducatorsIB MYP Educators Twitter: https://twitter.com/ibmyphttps://twitter.com/ibmyp Resources for the MYP:
IB website: Application process: Guide to school authorization: Programme brochure: Online course: Professional development for educators: Research on the Diploma Programme: Slides for coordinators on research findings: tation ppt tation ppt Resources for the Diploma Programme:
GENERAL INFORMATION International Baccalaureate Organization public website: Interpreting IB Transcripts: Diploma Validation Studies: CONTACTS IB Answers: https://ibanswers.ibo.org/ Marie Vivas, IBA University Relations Manager ( ): SLIDE SHOW FOR DP COUNSELORS : Posted on FLIBS Website for the 21 February 2014 meeting Resources for Counselors:
The IB Teacher Awards IB Certificate in Teaching and Learning Inexperienced teachers with limited or no previous IB teaching experience Experienced teachers with limited or no previous IB teaching experience Those embarking on a teaching career in IB IB Certificate in Leadership Practice IB Coordinators and aspiring teacher/leaders New administrators in IB World Schools Teachers and administrators from non-IB schools
Key Findings: Enrollment patterns 71% of all IB students enrolled in full-time post-secondary institutions (the US average is 56%). The majority (~70%) attended selective colleges and universities (more so for full diploma candidates). Graduation patterns IB students’ four-year and six-year graduation rates (64% and 81% respectively) were higher than the national averages (36% and 57% respectively). The graduation rates were also higher than institutional averages in many cases. Diploma Validation Studies
Key Findings from research on the Impact of IB programmes in the Americas region: Research brief: Title I IB Schools: General Validation Studies