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What is International Baccalaureate program?

The International Baccalaureate  (IB) or formally known as the International Baccalaureate Organization offers education for school going students that focuses on making the classroom a student-centered area, where the critical thinking of the student improves and the student is able to be an independent learner. IB teaches it students how to ask the right questions in the real world, how to differentiate between fact and fiction and how to succeed by being life-long learner. IB’s mission since its origin in 1968 in Geneva, Switzerland is to create a better world through education.  This teaching methodology has its presence in over 150 countries around the world.  Research plays a vital role in ensuring that their teaching methodology is effective and up-to date. IB conducts its own researches and partners with leading universities and research institutions around the world to ensure that they give the best quality education to students around the world. IB offers four programs in a student’s educational life and they are the Primary Years Program for students from 3-12 years of age, Middle Years Program for students between the ages 11-16 years, Diploma Program for students between the ages of 16-19 years and most recently introduced, career-related program which aims at addressing international educations to the needs of students. This program provides the students with career-related education.

 

 

Advantages of IB

  • The classes in a school that follows IB methodology are challenging and exciting. They focus on communication skills, thinking, writing and experimenting.
  • The education is rigorous and highly comprehensive created based on a global perspective.
  • Teaching standard requirements to be an IB teacher are extremely high.
  • IB gives the students an edge over other students who haven’t had an IB education in colleges, universities, etc.
  • The academic potential of students in all areas are developed fully, including co-curricular areas.
  • IB education is a universally recognized world-class credential.
  • IB emphasizes on applied and comprehensive knowledge, rather than mere book learning.
  • It also gives a chance for the student to compete in international arenas and have high standard of education.
  • Any change in any form of teaching which a part of IB, goes through rigorous research and trial, to ensure that it is highly effective.
  • IB students are known to have a strong academic, social and emotional personality and know how to differentiate between fact and fiction.

Disadvantages of IB

  • The work that a student and teacher receive from an IB form of education is immense and it is highly necessary that the students and teachers know how to organize their and time and do not procrastinate.
  • Hard to score in an IB examination, as the questions are much more comprehensive and can only be answered correctly after giving a lot of thought.

 

 

Education over the years

Education has been an integral part of human life since the beginning of time. Over the past few decades, education has evolved as per the needs of the changing times and technological development. Some keys areas in which education has changed over the years are listed below.

 

 

  1. Communication– The communication between teachers and students has been strengthened the years passed and technology developed. Email, telephones and mobile phones made communication faster and easier. This has made communication more open and regular. News bulletins on websites of educational institutions, online portals, and social media has also strengthened the communication between teachers and parents, making education more transparent.
  2. Technology– Writing on black boards and copying the same in a notebook is a thing of the past today. Technology has taken over this and replaced the same with e-classrooms, videos and interactive boards. Teaching is now being done using YouTube videos, activities on electronic devices and digital sketching. Usage of technology in classroom has shown signs of improvement in mental disorders such as dyslexia.
  3. Broader spectrum of subjects– Several subjects have come and gone through all the centuries that education has been around. However, when comparing the present to the past, newer subjects have been introduced in educational institutions making the learning more deep and effective in one particular area. The development all around the globe also gave birth to several contemporary topics, which are highly popular amongst young adults today.
  4. Independence in learning– In today’s scenario of education, individuality is celebrated and students are encouraged to be more independent in their learning. Unlike the past, where boys and girls have been taught different subjects, such as boys being taught woodwork and home economics and girls being taught home science; today every individual student has the right to choose what he/she wants to study. Mental disorders such as dyslexia, ADHD, autism, milestone-delay have been recognized and special schools have been set up in order to cater to the needs of students affected by these disorders.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
  5. Common Curriculum– Each country’s educational ministry has a specialized team for deciding a common curriculum for that particular country. This has ensured that students from all parts of the country receive the same quality of education and are given a fair chance at learning and developing academically. These teams have also introduced common examinations at certain grades which determine the future. The score that the students earn in these examinations acts as an important criteria for different colleges and universities to give admission.
  6. Teaching assistants and support staff– Educational institutions have made the job of a teacher easier by appointing teaching assistants for different classes who can help the teachers with their job and the students with doubts and extra information.
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