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Warwick High School Centre for the International Baccalaureate Parents of IB Students (PIBS) Advisory Board Meeting September 16, 2008
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Warwick High School

Centre for the International Baccalaureate Parents of IB Students (PIBS) Advisory Board Meeting September 16, 2008

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Results ReportIB Last year 610 exams

administered This year 465 exams

administered 70% exam pass rate 26 diploma winners

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Graduate Report

Accepted at selective colleges/universities

Awarded $4.5+ million dollars in scholarships

Received college credit

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What marks success... Teacher Articulation Using IB grade standards Formatting test IB fashion Encouraging stimulating discussions Incorporating IB oral and written practice on all

levels “great teachers using great practices” Accountable to external sources on an international

level

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PreDip teachers will...

Maintain high expectations Assist in the development of study skills Encourage, Nurture, Guide Eliminate excuses, not students Use IB techniques Collaborate with IB staff

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Program size

Freshmen 70

Sophomores 63

Juniors 54

Seniors 50

Certificate 25

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New Staff Members

Bobby Brooks- PreDip German Laura Spencer-PreDip Geometry Sara Butler-IB Math Studies Rebecca Jackson-IB Spanish LaVerne Flowers-IB French Karen Pelkey-IB Social Anthropology

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Seasoned teacher-new assignment

Justin Giroux-IB Theatre Arts Ashley Chassard-IB

Environmental Systems Scott Cullison-IB Chemistry

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Mission Statement

The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

To this end the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment.

These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.

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Program Objectives:

To provide a high quality of education to all students whether or not they are formally enrolled in the IB Program

To establish partnerships with neighboring colleges/ universities

To organize related field trips

To develop strong community partnerships

To facilitate the use of research facilities

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Program Objectives:

To organize multi-cultural activities

To assist students in strengthening study skills as well as life skills

To foster strength and continuity in our interdisciplinary approach to learning

To improve public relations

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Program Objectives:

To enable all of our teachers to receive training in the International Baccalaureate curriculum

To provide an opportunity for teachers to develop curricula and share instructional materials with teachers on the same faculty or from neighboring schools

To facilitate team teaching

To foster global awareness and tolerance

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To foster the presentation of information technology for all students which will enable them to work independently

To develop techniques to assess and improve the IB scores

To nurture an international service project as well as a local project

To provide recognition/appreciation for students and teachers

To implement a recruitment/awareness program of the IB which begins with grade 6

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Why you chose the IB Challenging curriculum Acquisition of the IB Learner profile traits Preference over the local or national

programs Emphasis on global perspectives,

interdisciplinary instruction, oral and written expression

Preparation for college!!!!! Jump start for college admission Advanced placement/college credit

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IB Learner Profile

Inquirers Knowledgeable Thinkers Communicators Principled

Open-minded Caring. Risk-takers Balanced Reflective

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Community theme

Sharing our humanity topics: Global poverty Peace and conflict Education for all Global infectious diseases Digital divide - uneven access to information

and communication technologies Disasters and emergencies

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There’s always room for improvement Decrease the attrition gap Increase the “internationalism-mindedness” of our

students Increase participation in the community theme

“Sharing our Humanity” Improve the quality of the IAs Improve our vertical team

articulation Implement an code of conduct

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There’s always room for improvement

Develop an international project Set up a mentoring program between

PreDip and IB students Implement intervention programs Review and improve on success

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Staff teams

Grade 9

English StrothersHistory HeartwellLanguage Flowers, Kinsey,

BrownMath Spencer, Locke,

LoweScience Chassard

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Staff teams

Grade 10

English Strothers, Reynolds

Government Smith

Language Morales, Flowers, Corrigan

Math Lowe, Locke, Sheppard

Science Cullison

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Staff team

Grade 11English Giroux, StrothersHistory RichLanguage Jackson , Morales,

Flowers, CorriganMath Locke, SheppardScience Nelson-Rogers, BlazeyToK Corrigan, Reynolds, LilleyElectives Eldred, Horton, Roerink,

Munn, Pelkey, Lilley, Giroux

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Staff team Grade 12

English Lilley

History Bakkal

Math Sheppard, ButlerLocke

Science Blazey, Nelson-Rogers

ToK Lilley, Corrigan

Electives Pelkey, Johnson, Munn, Roerink

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II. Old Business Communication PSATs Extended Essays

& CAS-Jeff Corrigan IB Web site www.ibo.org warwick.nn.k12.va.us/ib/coursedetails.html Homepage http://warwick.nn.k12.va.us E-mail:[email protected]

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III. New Business

IB Registration Student Advisory Board Homework & the Block Booster’s club and parent

commitments Interims and Parent Conferences Planners Next meetings-Sept 23rd 6:00pm

for senior parents

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IV.Parent Boosters-Ms. Hojnicki V. Parent Volunteers/Committees