Teaching Cafés Overview

Teaching Cafés provide an opportunity to expand your IB education skillset. Each 75-minute, in-person session covers a dedicated topic—see a listing of these events and their expert facilitators below.

Special thanks to our Teaching and Education Shared Interest Group (SIG) for organizing these sessions!

Teaching Cafés Schedule

The location of the sessions listed below is still being finalized and will be published as soon as possible.

DateTime (CEST)Session NoSession Info
7 July13:00-14:151.3.18

Title: Teaching IB in Emerging Markets

Cyntia Vilasboas Calixto Casnici, University of Leeds
Diego Finchelstein, Universidad de San Andres

7 July14:30-15:451.4.18

Title: Engaging Experiences in the Classroom

Karen Lynden, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Mikael Soendergaard, Aarhus University

8 July13:00-14:152.3.18

Title: Teaching and Learning in Times of Crisis

Taras Danko, National Technical University
Marina Schmitz, IEDC Bled School of Management

8 July14:30-15:452.4.18

Title: Teaching Critical Perspectives in IB

Rudolf R. Sinkovics, University of Glasgow
Noemi Sinkovics, University of Glasgow
Ausrine Silenskyte, University of Vaasa

9 July13:00-14:153.3.18

Title: Making IB Curriculum Impactful: Resources for IB Education and AIB Members’ Contributions

Elizabeth Wang, Leeds University
Lilian Miles, Westminster Business School

9 July14:30-15:453.4.18

Title: Addressing Different Ableness through Teaching and Creating Safe Spaces

Matt Raskovic, Auckland University of Technology
Miriam Moeller, University of Queensland
Jing Betty Feng, Farmingdale State College (SUNY)