Online Workshop for Teachers

Unlocking Internal Assessments Economics for the New Syllabus


Unlocking Internal Assessments Economics for the New Syllabus

What is the workshop about?

IAs in Economics account for 20% (HL) and 30% (SL) of the final mark. This intensive 3 hour workshop aims to equip educators with the tools to teach, guide and assess Economics Internal Assessments - with positive conviction.

Who should attend?

It is designed for both newly/recently qualified teachers and those seeking to go more in-depth with the new guidelines.

What will we do during the workshop?

  • Overview of the Internal Assessment
  • Breaking down and understanding the assessment criteria
  • Effective and practical strategies for supporting your students and supervising the IA
  • Discuss marked samples and tips for improving grades
  • Lots of Q&As
  • Meet online as a global community!

When, what is the cost and where?

  • Saturday 2nd March 2024, 11:00 – 14:00 GMT
  • 110€ (plus VAT, if applicable)
  • The workshop is through Zoom
  • The maximum number of participants is 20 so that we will create an engaged team and collaborate effectively
  • Our annual memberships have FREE access to this workshop and priority in reservation

Certificate of Attendance

A certificate of attendance will be provided to all teachers upon completion of the workshop.

About the trainer

Rachel Roberts comes to ibGenius with a wealth of experience in teaching (Economics at IB/GCSE/Foundation course level) and has worked with established institutions for almost 20 years.This includes several years training executives in banking, pharmaceutical and soft drinks industries.

Rachel enjoys developing creativity in education and exploring experiental learning.She holds much value in encouraging and engaging students to build confidence in achieving their true potential - with a nudge to the betterment of society and the environment.

Rachel Roberts

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