The International Baccalaureate (IB) is a respected qualification gaining increasing currency around the world, and which has been adopted by a wide variety of schools, both public and private. In the UK, growing dissatisfaction with the A-level system has led to an intense debate about alternative qualifications, and in many schools IB courses have been introduced alongside conventional A-level courses. This practical introduction to the IB takes a balanced look at the pros and cons and features a wealth of advice from those actually involved in teaching and implementing it in schools. Providing comparative material on how IB courses differ from A-levels and a subject-by-subject account of best practice in teaching the IB, this book offers a rich source of practical advice for teachers, school leaders or managers involved in teaching or implementing the IB programmes.Thesecond component of the core within the IBDP hexagon is the extended essay. Another ... select their topic area, and then decide on the specific research question tobeaddressed, inconjunctionwiththeir supervisor. ... since popularareas, notablyhistory, psychology andbusinessstudies, can quicklybecomeoversubscribed.
|Title||:||The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2006-05-02|