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Case Study Three: Tiga International School (TIS)

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Part of the Policy Implications of Research in Education book series (PIRE, volume 4)

Abstract

All staff members at Tiga International School (TIS) were participants in the study. The first section of this chapter provides a profile of TIS. The chapter then goes on to outline the findings from the policy analysis regarding the introduction of the IBPYP at this site. As with the previous two chapters, they are considered in terms of the four contexts of the ‘policy trajectory’ framework, namely, the contexts of influences, policy text production, practices, and outcomes.

Keywords

Professional Development Staff Member Policy Document School Board Parent Body 
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References

  1. IBO. (2003a). Programme standards and practices. Cardiff: IBO. www.ibo.org/documentlibrary/programmestandards/. Accessed 30 Mar 2006.
  2. IBO. (2003b). IB learner profile booklet. Cardiff: IBO. www.ibo.org/ibla/conference/…/TheLearnerProfileinActionFabian.ppt. Accessed 30 Mar 2006.
  3. IBO. (2004). Making the PYP happen: A curriculum framework for international primary education. Cardiff: IBO. www.ibo.org/documentlibrary/programmestandards/. Accessed 3 Mar 2006.

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© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of EducationMurdoch UniversityPerthAustralia
  2. 2.Graduate School of EducationThe University of Western AustraliaCrawleyAustralia

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