IB at Brockton
The IB philosophy - learning through inquiry:
The philosophy and practices of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme are at the heart of the educational programme at Brockton School. The IB programmes form a world renowned curriculum framework that starts in Kindergarten and proceeds through to graduation. These programmes are offered as three distinct stand-alone modules: Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and the Diploma Programme which together create the IB Continuum. All three programmes take advantage of a child's natural curiosity aiming to develop socially responsible students through the development of the attributes of the Learner Profile. Through inquiry, students develop an understanding of important concepts, acquire essential skills and knowledge, develop positive attitudes and learn to take socially responsible action. The programmes encompass the latest research in teaching and learning, enabling teachers to use learning strategies appropriate for the needs of individual students.
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The IB supports students in developing a lifelong learning mindset where they discover how to use inquiry based learning, develop critical thinking skills and apply those skills not only in their academic development, but also in their everyday lives both locally and globally. Each day at Brockton, students are engaged in something that is worthy of every effort on their part. With IB, they learn how to ask searching questions and to secure their knowledge; students develop valuable global perspectives that impact their lives, and an understanding of who they are.
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