International Baccalaureate philosophy using relevant literature

This is an assignment that focuses on the international Baccalaureate philosophy using relevant literature. The paper demonstrates the understanding of International Mindedness.

International Baccalaureate philosophy using relevant literature

Essay introduction In the introduction, when setting the context/position of the essay the focus should be Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP). This should be the case when making curriculum connections later in the body of the essay. Other specifications: – APA citation – Discuss the International Baccalaureate philosophy using relevant literature. Also, demonstrate the understanding of International Mindedness – Place International Mindedness in International Baccalaureate Context – Make connections between International Education/Mindedness theory and classroom/school practice Other things that need to resonate in the essay about International mindedness (IM) include: – Defining IM (Process or fixed definition?)

Practising IM through: a. Leadership (Intentionality, championing, student voice?) b. Multilingualism (Language as a window to culture, and vehicle for discussion?) c. Professional Development (Induction, PD, Personal understanding?) d. Curriculum (Subjects, pedagogy, teacher mindset?) e. Events and Activities (Embracing diversity, but potentially stereotyping?) f. Hidden Curriculum (Community interactions, school environment?) g. Relationship and Engagement with community (Local, national, transnational, global?) – Assessing IM (Formative rather than summative, at school level?) – Challenges with IM (Community, school and individual?) – When wrapping up the essay state what the paper has concluded with an inclination towards the MYP and DP programmes.

Demonstrate understanding of International Mindedness – Place International Mindedness in International Baccalaureate Context – Make connections between International Education/Mindedness theory and also classroom/school practice Other things that need to resonate in the essay about International mindedness (IM) include: – Defining IM (Process or fixed definition?)

Outcomes

Practising IM through: Leadership (Intentionality, championing, student voice?)

Multilingualism (Language as a window to culture, and vehicle for discussion?)

Professional Development (Induction, PD, Personal understanding?)

Curriculum (Subjects, pedagogy, teacher mindset?)

Events and Activities (Embracing diversity, but potentially stereotyping?)

Hidden Curriculum (Community interactions, school environment?)

Relationship and Engagement with community (Local, national, transnational, global?) – Assessing IM – Challenges with IM (Community, school and also individual?)