Tag Archives: IB Learner Profile

GJIS hosts YIS: a teacher collaboration

Over the last two weeks Global Jaya International School has hosted a dozen teachers from Yogjakarta International School, whom are a candidate school for IB MYP. The programme involved the teachers being given a tour of the school, observing a … Continue reading

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GJIS hosts another successful MYP Induction training for new teachers

Last week on Thursday through till Saturday several schools in our IB Network, Global Jaya International School, Sinarmas World Academy, Bali International School, Medan International School, Mentari International School, Jakarta, Al Jabbr Islamic School and Tunas Muda International School sent … Continue reading

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GJIS Parents’ Workshop on the IB Learner Profile

    Last week we had over 60 parents at school attending a Parents’ Workshop on the IB Learner Profile, which is at the heart of all three programmes. The coordinators of all three IB programmes were involved and we … Continue reading

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Energy Warriors Drawing Challenge

One of the extra curricula activities we have after school is a group called Energy Warriors. Currently, they are involved in a competition and one of our students, Natya Admira, from Global Jaya International School, is in the finals, she … Continue reading

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Classroom desk arrangements; Rows, Clusters or U Shape?

There are a several critical teaching behaviours that affect student behaviour. One of the most important is how a teacher plans the physical classroom environment ? When I was studying Education at University, in Australia, it was pretty much an … Continue reading

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“He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.”

source of photograph “He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.” George Bernard Shaw, Maxims for Revolutionists: Education. Man and Superman, 1903. Thanks Shaw, this one little quote has caused countless numbers of teachers grief over the years. It is … Continue reading

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IB LEARNER PROFILE

The aim of all IB programmes is to develop internationally minded people who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world. IB learners strive to be: Inquirers – They … Continue reading

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