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  1. Lifestyle - Family & Education - LEARNING CURVE

    Learning Curve: understanding grades

    Posted Oct 28th 2012, 12:00am by Anjali Hazari

    ... cent. But grades for International Baccalaureate, which are computed on a bell curve, range from one to seven. To add to the confusion, many schools give both a letter grade and an IB grade. ... in completing homework or projects, it affects the overall grade. This indicates the student needs to develop regular study habits, and become more conscientious about completing projects. The IB has ...

  2. Lifestyle - Family & Education - LEARNING CURVE

    Ways for parents to communicate with their children's teachers

    Posted Sep 09th 2012, 12:00am by Anjali Hazari

    ... it is also important to teach your child that finding fault is not reason enough for a poor performance. That's because IB or IGCSE examiners do not provide special dispensation for poor ... It could be just for a couple of hours. Seeing your children on their own "turf" will help you understand them better. Shared experiences make for stronger bonds. Anjali Hazari teaches IB ...

  3. Inquiry-based learning fosters creative and critical thinking skills

    Posted Nov 06th 2011, 12:00am

    ... attitudes for life. Typical is the IB Primary Years Programme, which is becoming increasingly used in Hong Kong international schools and whose list includes directing and encouraging students ...

  4. Private tuition has its place, but only after careful consideration

    Posted Jul 29th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and can complete work independently, it's time to let him resume responsibility for his own learning. Anjali Hazari teaches IB and IGCSE Biology at an international school ...

  5. Developing a global attitude

    Posted Oct 21st 2007, 12:00am by Linda Yeung

    ... Shanghai Academy, which adopts the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum, encourages parents who are facing such conflicts to talk to the faculty at their school. 'We have an open line of communication with parents. This should be happening in any education system.' She adds that the IB curriculum has a strong moral programme fostering such attributes as integrity, respect ...



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