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Understand and Promote academic honesty

Academic honesty is an alternative word more commonly used for academic integrity. The term first coined by Don McCobe who emphasized on adopting an honest behavior in education system. The other side of this usually considered as academic dishonesty is defined by center of academic integrity as a behavior of academic achievement including cheating, plagiarism,…

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Develop Research skills|ATL

According to Marcus Aurelius- “Research is the ability to investigate systematically and truly all that comes under your observation in life” Research – The word itself signifies     Re- Repeat      Search – Your finding Research skill is a skill of finding reliable information, organizing it and understanding its applicability in different situation. It involves intensive search…

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Strategies for communication- ATL Skill

“The art of communication is the language of leadership”    ~     James Humes All sort of communications happens around us but we are only able to understand and interpret few of them. This is not only because they are happening in language which we do not understand but many a times just because it takes too…

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Develop Knowledge by Inquiry

Each one of us must have played the game of helping rabbit reach the carrot or in a maze find the way out. Such puzzles were common in the weekly newspaper kids section during our childhood.How many of us at that time realized that they were the different ways of developing critical thinking? Or has…

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Importance of assessing Prior Knowledge

Prior knowledge is the knowledge of skill, belief and attitude. A learner gains this knowledge in the form of principles, concepts, facts or rules. This knowledge student has gained from the exposure to different backgrounds or educational experience. It is very important for learner to be able to connect the prior knowledge with the new…

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Guidance on RPPF

According to John Dewey’s famous quote: “We don’t learn from experience we learn from reflecting on experience.” Reflection plays a major role in the learning process. The core component of IB: TOK, CAS and EE are student’s individual work, carried out by the student with minimum guidance. To make best of this experience and learn…

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Scaffolding: A technique of learning

Scaffolding is instructional technique, which will helps student climb the ladder of learning. These techniques act as an external support, which help student to stand as an independent learner. It help them achieve new skills in which educator models the skill, give clues and ask questions. To scaffold a task the educator should be aware…

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Self Management skill

Self management is an ATL (Approaches To Learning) skill which every IB student should exhibit as they grow in the their learning process. However, according to Solomon Ortiz: “Education is the key to success in life and teachers make a lasting impact in the lives of their student” So, do we as educators understand and…

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