IB Instructional Coordinator
All IB Authorized and Candidate schools must have an IB instructional coordinator. They are the school’s point of contact on all IB-related matters, including supporting IB teaching and learning at the school site.
A commitment to collaborative planning is central to the philosophy of IB. The IB instructional coordinator has a pivotal role in this process, taking responsibility for ensuring that pedagogical aspects are discussed, information is disseminated and the program is planned, taught and assessed collaboratively.
Together with members of the school’s administrative team, the IB instructional coordinator is involved in the whole-school implementation and organization of the program. Besides maintaining contact with school administrators, the IB instructional coordinator should communicate directly with all members of the teaching team and be involved in whole-school planning, as well as in-school and out-of-school professional development.
They are the school’s point of contact on all IB-related matters, including supporting IB teaching and learning at the school site.