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Teacher Skills Forum 2018

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Sunday, March 4 • 10:15am - 11:45am
Implementing the IB Career related Programme LIMITED

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This session will look at how to implement the IB’s Career related programme, the key strategic considerations, the programme structure, the practicalities of building a programme that fits your context and the possible pathways open to CP students.

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avatar for Dolly Wanjiku

Dolly Wanjiku

Development Associate Manager - مدير مشارك لقسم التطوير, International Baccalaureate - البكالوريا الدولية
Dolly started working for the IB as Academic officer in the continuum department in 2010. She then took a position as the PA to the Regional Director Adrian Kearney in 2011 when the IB moved to their new offices in The Hague.  Since then she has taken up various positions where s... Read More →
avatar for Jon Halligan - جون هاليجان

Jon Halligan - جون هاليجان

Head of Development and Recognition - رئيس لتطوير والاعتراف بشهادة البكالوريا في أفريقيا وأوروبا ومنطقة الشرق الأوسط, International Baccalaureate - البكالوريا الدولية
Jon is from Oxford in the United Kingdom where he started his teaching experience,  He moved to the Middle-East and worked  in both Qatar and Dubai for 18 years. In Dubai he developed as an educationalist (moving from primary to secondary school teaching) in a variety of settings (from the royal national school, to an English grammar school to a culturally diverse 5000 pupil international school) through a variety of roles (. In 2015, he relocated to The Hague and is presently the IB Head of Development and Recognition for the Africa, Europe and Middle East region. His job involves working with schools, governments, ministries, regulators and other influential educational bodies to raise awareness and understanding of IB programmes and their value for national equivalency purposes... Read More →


Sunday March 4, 2018 10:15am - 11:45am
Mount Nebo 1 - Sea Floor
  • Strand: Understanding Learning and the Learner