What are the best ib academic resources for developing digital literacy skills?

The digital society is driven by a flexible, student-centered curriculum model that integrates concepts, content and context through inquiry. Teachers and students are encouraged to let their interests and passions guide their path throughout the course. As numerous educational resources are published every year to support the IB curriculum, schools need an easy way to assess which resources best suit their needs. Discover our International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum resources to help your students through the PYP, the MYP, the IB diploma and the related IB career program.

More information about each of our GReAT Skills workshops can be found here. For schools and universities that are not on our goal list, we have pre-recorded versions of our GReAT Skills workshops, as well as PDF versions of these presentations and any attached resources, available for you and your students to download and access. They can also be useful review tools for any of your students who have done a workshop with us before. You can find more information on how to access them on our resources page.

They will be updated and updated later this quarter to include our most recent workshops. Our selected schools and universities can book to take students to our on-campus GReAT Skills Day on selected dates. More details will be confirmed soon. By choosing Oxford's co-published IB degrees and their blended learning support, you can be sure that you have the tools necessary to deliver the IB curriculum at the highest level, this year and every year.

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Tabatha Vietor
Tabatha Vietor

Tabatha Vietor is dedicated to providing students with the academic resources they need to succeed in their studies. As an academic resources expert with a Master's degree in Education from the University of Birmingham, she offers valuable guidance and support.