This workshop is designed to help educational leaders to explore the philosophical and administrative implications of running the DP in their school or schools, either when introducing a new programme or when joining an established one.
The workshop will focus on:
+ The IB Diploma Programme model and how it holistically links the IB mission and philosophy, approaches to teaching and learning (ATL), and the curriculum (core and subject groups)
+ The implications for the school and its community of implementing the DP, including costs and staffing
+ Strategies to support successful implementation of the DP across a range of school contexts
+ The IB Programme standards and practices and the processes involved in application for candidacy and authorization and in the five-year evaluation.
Paul Marble is the Executive Director of Sturgis Charter Public School (an “IB for All” school), in Hyannis, MA. Paul has served his entire career as a teacher and administrator in three Massachusetts high schools, including a private boarding school, large urban district school, and a charter public school. Paul taught IB English for six years; Theory of Knowledge for two years; was Principal of Sturgis for six years; became Executive Director in July of 2016; has made numerous presentations about the IB Diploma Programme and its implementation; is an IB Site Visitor; and is an IB Workshop Leader, helping IB teachers and leaders from across the nation support diverse learners in their IB schools and classrooms. He also has developed and led teacher workshops for the IB Organization's Bridging the Equity Gap project.
Term: Fall 2018
Start Date: Oct. 07, 2018
End Date: Oct. 09, 2018
Schedule: 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sunday and Monday; 9 a.m.-noon, Tuesday
Location: Rice campus
Early Registration: $840 if registering by July 7
Late Registration: $940 if registering after September 21