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Education

ISK aspires to provide students with a rigorous program that encourages them to excel not only in their academic development but also in their personal growth.

IB School

The International School of Kazan is an authorized International Baccalaureate (IB) World School for the Primary Years Program, the Middle Years Program and the Diploma Program. * IB World Schools are united in a common goal to provide a challenging and high-quality education that fosters people who are internationally minded.

*Only schools authorized by the International Baccalaureate can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme or the IB Career-related Certificate (IBCC). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted. For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit www.ibo.org.

IB Learner Profile at ISK

Academic success is only one measurement of a student’s achievement. The IB Learner profile focuses on a range of student attributes that encourage students to develop respect for themselves, others and the world around them.

The programmes aim to develop learners who are:
  • - Inquirers
  • - Knowledgeable
  • - Thinkers
  • - Communicators
  • - Principled
  • - Open-minded
  • - Caring
  • - Risk-takers
  • - Balanced
  • - Reflective
Read more about the IB Learner Profile
What is an IB Education at ISK?

Four main characteristics define an IB Education:

  1. centers on learners
  2. develops effective approaches to teaching and learning
  3. works within global contexts
  4. explores significant content
Learn more about an IB Education

Teaching and Learning at ISK

Successful student learning depends on WHAT is learned as well as HOW learning takes place inside and outside of the classroom. ISK utilizes the IB’s Approaches to Teaching and Learning (ATLs) which are deliberate strategies, skills and attitudes that shape the learning environment. Teaching focuses around the components of inquiry, action and reflection.

What are the IB approaches to learning skills?

Thinking
skills
Communications
skills
Social
skills
Self-management
skills
Research
skills
What are the IB approaches to teaching skills?
  • 1. Based on inquiry
  • 2. Focused on conceptual understanding
  • 3. Developed in local and global contexts
  • 4. Focused on effective teamwork and collaboration
  • 5. Differentiated to meet the needs of all learners
  • 6. Informed by formative and summative assessment
Find out more about the IB Teaching Style
IB Global Contexts

Providing an exemplary international education is at the heart of ISK’s vision. ISK focuses on intercultural understanding through the development of multilingualism and global engagement

- Multilingualism: students in PYP, MYP and DP learn at least 2 languages and develop intercultural understanding by being able to communicate in a variety of contexts.

- Global Engagement: curriculum in the PYP, MYP and DP focuses on the use of global contexts, making connections between what is studied in the classroom and what is happening in the real world in local and global communities.

Significant Content

The curriculum is broad and balanced requiring students to study a range of disciplines.

Learning is concept-based. Information is not learned in isolation, but connected within and across subject areas.

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