Cat: 3 | Principles of equitable and inclusive education (NEW)

21 - 23 Oct 2024 | VIRTUAL - 08:30-13:30 UK time
The International Baccalaureate (IB)

(+20% UK VAT applicable for UK schools only). A late booking surcharge will be applied to all bookings made within 10 days of a workshop start date.

Workshop Format

Featuring 12 hours of intensive, live interactive virtual workshops plus up to 3 hours offline; over 3 consecutive days with 4 hours of synchronous workshop per day.  Fully authorised and certified by the IB.  Delivered virtually by IB-trained expert workshop leaders on ZOOM.

Timings: 09:00-13:30 UK time each day with a pre-workshop set-up meeting starting at 08:30 UK time on Day 1.

About the workshop

This workshop is recommended for: All IB educators (not only learning support teachers), school leaders, programme coordinators, consultants who wish to examine teaching and learning through the lens of inclusive and equitable education. Experienced IB teachers and school leaders who wish to inquire into further developing their approach to inclusive and equitable education are encouraged to attend. Note: This workshop can be delivered as a full continuum workshop or targeting specific IB programmes. The guidance will be the same for all programmes.


How can a school meet the IB principles of equity and inclusivity in the delivery of an IB Education? Inclusive education has grown from a movement that was about inclusion of students with disabilities to a wholistic approach that is about all learners. It is concerned about belonging, participation and engagement of all students by removal of barriers.

This workshop will help:

  • develop an understanding of the IB’s principles and approaches to equity and inclusive education
  • develop specific pedagogical knowledge and approaches to deliver an IB education holistically to all students
  • understand and develop an inquiry into the IB’s policies and guidance on equity and inclusive education in learning, teaching and assessment
  • gain knowledge to create whole school practices that foster equity and inclusive education

Note: Given that this course about the full range of the IB student population rather than about specific group of students or geographies, it will not address country-specific special educational requirements.

Workshop Leader(s)
Alex Green

After completing an undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Alex trained as a teacher and initially worked in London. Alex moved to a school to lead Philosophy, Religious Studies and TOK for one of the largest IB DP cohorts in the Europe,…

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Alex Green
About your booking

Once you have made your booking, you will receive an automatically generated BOOKING ACKNOWLEDGEMENT and an invoice (or a receipted invoice if you have paid by credit card). Shortly after that, once we have processed your booking, you will receive an email from us with further information.

Once we have confirmed that the workshop will go ahead we will send you a confirmation email and an information pack which tells you everything that you need to know about joining your sessions. The links to join your sessions will be sent to you by email around 2 days before your sessions start.

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