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The purpose of this group is to facilitate discussion among Teacher-Librarian around the world on matters relating to the IB Programme. The purpose of this group is to

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Latest Activity: May 6, 2015



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Do MYP standards require their schools to have a teacher-librarian? 2 Replies

Started by Susan P. MacDonald. Last reply by Tina Feb 22, 2010.

PYP & DP Curriculum requirements 6 Replies

Started by Monisha Roy Chowdhury. Last reply by Monisha Roy Chowdhury Feb 6, 2010.

Educational Magazines with an international Flavour? 1 Reply

Started by Alan. Last reply by Klaudia Janek Jan 8, 2009.

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Comment by Michelle Erickson on April 25, 2014 at 2:22pm

Cross-posted in International school Librarians Group:

I am currently part of an IB school in Green Bay, Wisconsin that is looking to talk with other classrooms in different parts of the world.  Currently we have two projects.  If you are interested in collaborating with us, please email me.

1st Grade Central Idea is: The Earth's natural cycles influence the activity of living things.  They are looking at natural cycles, actions people take in response to these cycles, etc.

5th Grade's Central Idea is that Cultures may influence our view of the world around us.  They are looking at different cultural beliefs and how those beliefs are passed on as well as how different cultures work together. 

Comment by Susan on June 30, 2011 at 2:01pm

Cross-posted in International School Librarians group.

Hi everyone - I have a question regarding mixed scheduling & the PYP programme.  Any comments/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

 

I have proposed a fixed schedule for grades PS-2 and flex for 3-5. To support PYP, I looked at the upcoming UOI schedule for next year & did a "best guess" as to which ones I could provide the most/best support (based on my single year's experience) & have set aside time in the schedule for "UOI support" - 2 period blocks at a time.  It's not the best solution, of course, but I am also in the process of creating a secondary school (6-12) library at the same time & I can only provide so much support for the upcoming year.  We have a small space that can only accommodate one class at a time, so I included Whole School checkout first thing in the morning & was planning on encouraging grades 3-5 to 'pencil in' a regular time for their students to stop in.  Since we are also a pretty small school right now, I was also planning on monitoring students who come & who don't so that we can make sure they don't just 'blow us off', so to speak.  Since I am required to give grades, I am not sure how this whole proposal is going to actually turn out.

Comment by Sherri Crawford on November 15, 2009 at 1:46pm
Our school is looking at adding IB. Are there some books I could order now, while I have the money, that lend themselves well to IB? It's looking like our library budget will be drastically cut next year.
Comment by L Samuels on July 26, 2009 at 3:18pm
Hello, I am interested in learning new tricks and sharing ideas to better serve my IB students.
 

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