We’d like to invite DP coordinators and librarians who are interested in exploring an institutional subscription for their school to participate in a private institutional webinar. After the webinar we’ll set up free 1-week access for your school to try out all resources and supporting materials. Please use the contact form to make those arrangements.
During the demo we’ll give you a tour of our extensive, IB-specific database which includes:
I. Authoritative, engaging video and print resources to support students with their EE/IAs. Our user-friendly database includes a wide range of interdisciplinary video expert resources for 21 DP subjects plus Ideas Roadshow’s Extended Essay Guide for Students, Extending Ideas videos, enhanced eBooks which offers a wealth of additional research materials, weekly research ideas and tips, and much more!
II. TOK resources for both the ‘old’ and new TOK curriculum. An extensive collection of unique ‘TOK in Action’ resources which connect fundamental TOK concepts and ideas to the front lines of research in a range of fully-accessible formats for both teachers and students. Visit the TOK Teachers page for further details on our fully updated resources for the new TOK curriculum, HERE.
III. TOK Integration Across the DP curriculum. Our database offers a wide range of thought-provoking video resources with accompanying supporting materials in several innovative formats to highlight direct overlaps between TOK and 21 DP subjects to help your subject teachers explicitly and easily integrate TOK into their lessons. Visit the TOK Teachers page for details on our upcoming TOK Integration Webinars, HERE.
IV. Curriculum-aligned and motivational resources for 21 DP subjects. Your subject teachers will be delighted to have access to a wealth of ready-to-use digital resources plus supporting materials to build engaging lessons with our motivational and curriculum-aligned resources.
Online Teaching Strategies: during the demo we’ll also highlight concrete examples of how our resources can be seamlessly used when you need to switch from in-class to online teaching to make remote learning a more engaging and meaningful experience.