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BCIS Hosts TOK Retreat

November, 2008
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IB Teachers on IB

November, 2008
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My suggestion to IB students: choose subjects that you love, don’t choose subjects because you think you might need them, or because your friends are doing them, or because someone told you that you should do them. — Malcolm Pritchard, Principal of Kormilda College, Australia.

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Internationalism and the IB

November, 2008
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Whilst most of the readers of this article will be familiar with the IB (if not, please see the IBO website at www.ibo.org), the term ‘internationalism’ is more interesting and speculative in terms of meaning than they may realize.

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IB Students on IB

November, 2008
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Hannah, Dulwich College Beijing IB is very hard for me for a number of reasons. The amount of homework really takes a lot of time to complete well. Also, the new theories being introduced, such as TOK (Theory of Knowledge) and CAS (Creativity, Action, Service) are a big jump from IGCSE.

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Books - Nov 2008

November, 2008
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Jeans
Most people have a pair of jeans or two, but we rarely stop to think that by wearing them we become world citizens and partners in a the process of globalization. This book looks closely at the people, places and forces involved in delivering a fashionable denim to a typical consumer. It’s well [...]

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