Globe and Mail
Thu Sep 25 2014
By: Susan Smith
International Baccalaureate (IB) programs are the focus of a new article in The Globe and Mail.
Teachers trained to teach IB, a standardized curriculum, can teach anywhere in the world. The article mentions UBC’s program which is “in the forefront in training teachers to work in IB schools.”
According to Gary Little, director of the International Baccalaureate educator programs at UBC, “there’s no magic in IB. It’s an educational framework that brings together various elements that are tested, proven and effective.”
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Story via UBC News.