What is International Baccalaureate?
- The International Baccalaureate (IB) offers high quality programmes of international education to a worldwide community of schools.
- There are more than 890,000 IB students at 3,108 schools in 140 countries.
- The IB programme is more practical, having a broader spectrum of subjects that lead to all-round development.
- The focus is on ‘how to learn’ rather than ‘what to learn’.
THREE Educational Progarmmes
This internationally recognized school system is made up of three educational programmes.
PYP: The Primary Years Programme [Kindergarten to Class 5]
- Emphasizes on a holistic growth of the child during his/her development years.
- Seeks to create an engaging and challenging educational framework for children.
- Focuses on 5 key elements:
a) Concepts, b) Knowledge, c) Skills, d) Attitudes and e) Action
MYP: The Middle Years Programme [Class 6 to Class 10]
- This program aids students develop their knowledge and skills
- Focuses on five areas of interaction:
a) Approaches to learning, b) Community and Service,
c) Human Ingenuity, d) Environment and Health e) Social education
- Offers a model of assessment, which determines the student’s results by comparing their performance against set standards
DP: The Diploma Programme [Class 11 to Class 12]
- Includes six subject groups
Group 1: Language
Group 2: 2nd Language
Group 3: Individuals and Societies
Group 4: Experimental Sciences
Group 5: Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Group 6: The Arts
- Each subject group is further divided into different courses. Our IB classes in Mumbai cover all areas and courses thoroughly
- Three core requirements in addition to passing the subject group exams:
a) Extended Essay, b) Theory of Knowledge & Creativity, c) Action and Service.
- Students are assessed in 2 ways:
– Internally – by teachers through oral exercises, presentations and performances and
– Externally – through extended essays, literature assignments, etc
Why Wisdom Academy?
- Home tuitions by experienced professionals
- Group tuitions in small batches (5-10) students
- Logic based learning and concept building, periodic tests held regularly
- Guidance in preparing TOK, Portfolio, Extended essay
- Superior learning techniques
- Personalized attention
We offer classes for the following IB (SL/HL) subjects:
- Business and Management
- Math Portfolio Help
- Extended Essay Help
- TOK Help
- Business and Management Project Help
Wisdom Academy Also help in making :
To be awarded an IB diploma, a candidate must fulfill three core requirements, in addition to passing his or her subject examinations:
Extended essay (EE)
Candidates must write an independent research essay of up to 4,000 words in a subject from the list of approved EE subjects. The candidate may choose to investigate a topic within a subject they are currently studying, although this is not required. The EE may be written on an interdisciplinary topic
Theory of knowledge (TOK)
This course introduces students to theories about the nature and limitations of knowledge (basic epistemology) and provides practice in determining the meaning and validity of knowledge (critical thinking). It is claimed to be a “flagship element” of the Diploma Programme, and is the one course that all diploma candidates are required to take. TOK requires 100 hours of instruction, the completion of an externally assessed essay of 1600 words (from a choice of six titles prescribed by the IB worth 67%), and an internally assessed presentation (worth 33%) on the candidate’s chosen topic.
Creativity, activity, service (CAS)
CAS aims to provide students with opportunities for personal growth, self-reflection, intellectual, physical and creative challenges, and awareness of themselves as responsible members of their communities through participation in social or community work (service), athletics or other physical activities (activity), and creative activities (creativity). The guideline for the minimum amount of CAS activity over the two-year programme is approximately 3–4 hours per week, though “hour counting” is not encouraged. Previously, there was a requirement that 150 CAS hours be completed, but this was abolished in 2010. However, some schools still require these hours.