IB Learner Profile. St. Anthony Academy An IB Candidate School November 18, 2010

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  • IB Learner Profile
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  • St. Anthony Academy An IB Candidate School November 18, 2010
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  • Benefits for the students IB students become active learners. IB encourages students to understand how they learn, how they connect learning, and how they apply learning.
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  • IB offers a comprehensive curriculum. Many programs of rigor for gifted and motivated students focus on one or more select academic areas, while IB gives students a solid base in all areas of knowledge. IB is a "full service" curriculum and teaching philosophy aimed at developing a student as a whole child.
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  • I IB attracts motivated students, and when introduced in public schools and used like many magnet programs, it promotes access for underprivileged students.
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  • The community service component throughout all IB curriculum fosters a sense of responsibility and involvement in the students' communities.
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  • In addition to an internationally oriented curriculum, IB gives students first-hand experience of being part of an international community and of having a common bond with students from all over the world.
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  • The rigorous curriculum and inquiry-based approach to learning prepare students to move to the next level of their education, and eventually, for college level work.
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  • Benefits for the School and Staff IB provides a unified, coherent approach to learning without stifling the creativity and unique talents and perspectives of teachers and students
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  • IB involves ongoing professional development of teachers and administrators
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  • Ultimately, the curriculum is tailored to meet the requirements of the state and/or school district. This means that students receive an education steeped in their own culture and history, as well as one that provides an international perspective.
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  • IB has a 30-year track record and network of schools worldwide; it is offered in almost 1400 schools in 116 countries
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  • Teachers are also supported through the Online Curriculum Center, a professional development and resource website with a panel of subject area experts, as well as an online forum for communicating with other IB educators around the world.
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  • Benefits for the Community The availability of a quality educational program gives a community a new meaning: Many parents choose neighborhoods based on the strength of the school system and opportunities for education of their children. Happy parents support the school, as they know that the school administration and staff are doing their best for their children. It is also important for the students to see that their parents are involved in their education.
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  • Parental Involvement
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  • When parents understand the strengths of the curriculum, they help teachers create a positive learning environment.
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  • Improved standards in one school will eventually lead to improvements in other neighboring schools as they compete for students and aspire to have higher levels of performance.
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  • Well-educated students will be willing to come back to the communities where they grew up, knowing the opportunities they had in their local school system helped them get an excellent education
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  • Our Journey to becoming an IB School What did it take to get to this point?
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  • Of the many great things that have happened at St. Anthony we are most proud of the opportunity that we have to become an IB World School.
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  • Phase 1:PYP Consideration Phase Attended Conferences Visited IB Schools Attended Training Sessions Board Approval Presented to the parents
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  • Phase 2: Request for PYP Candidacy Complete Application A Pay Fees $$$ Attend Trainings Adjust Classrooms (from departmentalization to Self- Contained: One teacher teaches all subjects)
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  • Phase 3: PYP Candidate School Write Curriculum Attend Training Assigned a consultant Complete Application B
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  • Phase: Authorization Visit! Team Visits to determine if we become an Authorized IB World School on December 6 th & 7th
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  • Future Plans Apply for the Middle School Years Programs (MYP)