International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Teacher Interest Survey

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International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme
Teacher Interest Survey
Are you ready to teach the IB Diploma Programme in the UGDSB?
The IB DP has over 70 Standards and Practices that an IB World School is to uphold.
The questions below pertain to many of those practices and the expectations of IB
teachers. If, after completing this questionnaire, you would like to learn more about IB
training and teaching IB in the UGDSB please contact Julie Prendergast at
[email protected] for an expression of interest form.
THE IB DP CLASSROOM AND APPROACHES TO TEACHING:
IB teachers need to cover all of the material in the subject guide and regularly assess
student learning in order to successfully prepare students for IB internal and external
assessments. Despite the necessary quick pace of learning, IB subject teachers are
expected to employ a variety of teaching strategies that engage learners.
1. Do you create relevant experiences for students in your teaching?
Yes
No
2. Do you provide opportunity for frequent student reflection?
Yes
No
3. Do you use teaching strategies that engage students as inquirers and thinkers?
Yes
No
4. Do you agree that all teachers are responsible for language learning?
Yes
No
5. Do you make local and global connections in your classroom?
Yes
No
6. Do you ensure a variety of perspectives are celebrated and valued in your
classroom?
Yes
No
7. Do you model the learner profile attributes and are you prepared to engage students
in developing these attributes?
Yes
No
8. In your teaching, do you incorporate a range of resources, including information
technologies?
Yes
No
9. Do you encourage your students to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways?
Yes
No
IMPLEMENTATION AND SUPPORT OF THE IB DIPLOMA PROGRAMME:
In addition to teaching their subject, IB teachers are a team who support the
implementation of the greater program. IB teachers collaborate within their subject area
and across subject areas and they have frequent interactions with the IB Diploma
Coordinator.
10. Are you willing to collaborate with subject teachers to write course outlines and unit
plans that adhere to the IB subject guides?
Yes
No
11. Do you regularly reflect on your practice and adjust your teaching, course outlines
and unit plans accordingly?
Yes
No
12. Are you willing to participate in vertical and horizontal articulation of the IB
curriculum?
Yes
No
13. Are you willing to attend IB Team meetings and Preparatory Program/IB DP student
update/information meetings at lunch and/or after school?
Yes
No
14. Are you confident in your subject knowledge and ability to prepare students for
external exams that are typically worth 70% of their final IB grade?
Yes
No
15. Are you willing to attend IB recognized professional development and additional
professional development as necessary? Such PD may be held online, at a summer
conference, or at a conference held during the school year.
Yes
No
16. Are you willing to participate in information nights for parents and students?
Yes
No
17. Are you willing to supervise 1-4 IB DP students in the research and writing of their
extended essays?
Yes
No
18. Are you interested in supervising 7-10 students as their CAS (Creativity, Activity
and Service) advisor?
Yes
No
IB COMMUNITY:
IB students are often high achievers who hold themselves to high standards. Parents of
IB students tend to be highly involved stakeholders in their child’s education.
19. Are you willing to provide extra help to students before and after school and/or at
lunch?
Yes
No
20. Are you prepared to support DP students as they attempt to manage their time and
balance a demanding academic schedule with extracurricular involvement?
Yes
No
21. Do you create a learning environment that supports student well being?
Yes
No
22. Are you prepared for frequent interactions with parents and to involve them in their
son/daughter’s education?
Yes
No
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