|Welcome to all of you visiting this site for the first time.|
For those of you who don't know what the IB is, please visit the official IB website for an indepth explanation of what the International Baccalaureate is all about. Put simply, it is an educational system that strives to unite students from all around the world through a common standard of academic excellence. Furthermore, it pushes students to think outside the box, making them more understanding and more productive members of their societies.
On this site, you will find condensed but exhaustive notes on the IB Geography Course for both subsidiary and higher level students. You will also find the assessment criteria used and the aims and objectives of IB Geography. Please be sure to check out the links. There you'll find other websites on the IB, providing examples of extended essays, World Lit papers and notes on other IB subjects.
This site was created by an IB geography teacher of many years now teaching at the Atlanta International School.
A word of warning. This site and the notes found therein cannot be and should not be used as a substitute for traditional learning through classroom student/teacher interaction. It serves as a supplement for learning, providing notes that may have been missed in class. The notes are also ideal for studying just before exams, when there may not be enough time to re-read the entire course material. Use them wisely.
Please direct any comments, questions, concerns or criticisms to the guestbook or the e-mail address at the bottom of the page.
View the guestbook
Sign the guestbook