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A unique opportunity to find out more about the full range of International Baccalaureate Programmes
Posted 16-04-2012 20:08

The International Baccalaureate (IB) invites administrators and educators to an Orientation Seminar to to find out more about the full range of International Baccalaureate Programmes.

When: 25th of April 2012

Where: Lincoln Community School Accra, Ghana.

The IB is the recognized leader in the field of international education and offers four challenging programmes for pupils aged 3 to 19.
Each programme includes a curriculum and pedagogy, student assessment appropriate to the age range, professional development for teachers and a process of school authorization and evaluation.

An overview will be given of the IB continuum of education followed by a series of presentations which will allow participants to build a better understanding of the programmes relevant to their  interest.

The seminar will give you:
- An introduction to the organisation and its mission in the field of international education
- An explanation of our four programmes (Primary Year Programme, Middle Years Programme,  Diploma Programme and IB Career-related Certificate)
- A great networking opportunity to meet and discuss with representatives of schools from the region.

The International Baccalaureate is a non-profit educational foundation, motivated by its mission, focused on the student. Our four programmes help students develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills to live, learn, work in a rapidly changing world. Founded in 1968, currently there are close to 1 million IB students at 3,339 schools in 141 countries across the world. 

The day will be hosted by the Regional Director of the IB, Adrian Kearney, accompanied by Theresa Forbes (Head of Regional Development), Jonathan Renaudon-Smith (Head of Professional Development Services), Fidelis Nthenge (Diploma Programme School Services Manager), Traude Rogers (Access Portfolio Manager), Sobana Nallaiah (Philanthropy Manager) and Eleni Kanava (Development Associate)  and you will have the opportunity to meet and discuss informally with the whole team.


There is no charge for this seminar which is organised with the support of SOS-Hermann Gmeiner International College and the Lincoln Community School.

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