The International Baccalaureate Programme is renowned worldwide for helping students to achieve success in traditional academic subjects, as well as broadening students’ overall intellectual, emotional and ethical awareness through its holistic curriculum. The Introduction to IB integrates the development of the students’ depth of knowledge with a focus on their physical wellbeing, mental wellbeing, and appreciation of 21st century skills.
What You’ll Learn
Our Introduction to IB programme concentrates on the following disciplines, which constitute the core of a year-round IB curriculum: Humanities; Sciences; Mathematics; Arts; and Technology. The course focuses on developing both subject knowledge within these fields, as well as the 21st century skills associated with successful academic study, such as critical thinking skills, communication skills, collaboration skills and problem-solving skills.
How You’ll Learn: Time to Shine
An important component of the International Baccalaureate is its focus on examining the nature of knowledge itself, such as in its Theory of Knowledge module. In our Introduction to IB programme, students will broaden their theory of knowledge by participating in a research and presentation project, through which they will develop key critical thinking skills as questioning the nature of knowledge, the validity of sources, and the importance of argumentation and rhetoric.
What You’ll Take Away
Students who enrol on our Introduction to IB programme will be better able to begin studying a International Baccalaureate Programme for having sampled the type of academic subjects the curriculum offers, and being taught through a curriculum which models the IB’s connection of academic study with a broader focus on improving overall intellectual, physical and mental wellbeing.