The IBCC – A Convergence of Knowledge Acquisition and Skills Development Wendie Palazzo and Paula Palmer Minneapolis Public Schools, Minneapolis, Minnesota USA. The International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate (IBCC ). Guiding principles. The IBCC needs to broaden access
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The IBCC – A Convergence of Knowledge Acquisition and Skills DevelopmentWendie Palazzo and Paula Palmer Minneapolis Public Schools, Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
The International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate (IBCC)
“Secondary-level education should provide effective preparation for those proceeding to academic or professional tertiary education as well as for those entering the world of work either as trainees, wage employees or as self-employed entrepreneurs, while inculcating the social skills for productive and peaceful life in today’s interdependent communities. Such an education must necessarily comprise a harmonious balance of academic disciplines, general practical and social skills and civic responsibility”. (UNESCO 2005)
emphasises partnership and the principles of service learning
(a person becomes a person through others)
emphasises the development of transferable skills that students need for further education, in the workforce and in life
based on exploring the ethical dimensions associated with an issue related to the student’s career-related studies
How are they assessed?
Externally by IB DP
Moderated externally by the IB (like DP internal assessment)
Internally or externally
Externally by CTE requirements and regulations
Using a methodology of a
constructivist approach to teaching and learning