IBSCA is offering two one-day seminars, one in May and one in June 2019 for DP teachers. Due to the significant changes in both group 1 and 2, IBSCA would like to support schools and teachers to provide quality training in the new curriculum with these events.
They are not IB recognised for five-year evaluation purposes but offer opportunities for high quality training delivered by experienced IB workshop leaders and also an opportunity for networking with other IB colleagues.
The seminars are more useful for experienced IB teachers and not colleagues new to the curriculum as the day will be focused on the changes and how to implement them in the classroom. The event will be addressing the new syllabus including the requirements and assessment criteria.
This seminar is taking place on Saturday, 18th May 2019 at King Edward’s School, Birmingham.
Capacity for each subject group is limited to 25 delegates so please book your place early to avoid disappointment.
Subject: Language/ Literature – Lead: Merion Taynton
Subject: Literature – Lead: Natalie Lockhart-Mann
Subject: Maths: Analysis & Approaches – Lead: Rose Harrison
Subject: Maths: Application & Interpretations – Lead: Mark Bolivar
Please email the below details to firstname.lastname@example.org.:
The following prices include the one day seminar, refreshments and lunch: