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Glenforest Secondary School

International Baccalaureate

IB - WORLD SCHOOL

 

 

2020-2021


 

Grade 11 IB DP current students / parents 

Oct. 15, 2020

Please join us ​at 7:30pm 

for a virtual IB Information session on Assessment. 

There have been some changes to the Assessment for May 2021 

which we would like to address. 

In addition, we will cover the ongoing IB requirements for the year. 

The link has been posted on Managebac.

 

See you online.

Ms Habib


 

Grade 9 IB MYP current students / parents

Oct. 15, 2020

Assessment information presentation online.

The link has been posted on Managebac.


 

See you online.

Ms. Wang-Martin and Ms. McLaren


 

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IB DP Assessment

Grades 11 and 12 


 

 

Assessment Presentation:

 Sept 2017 - ASSESSMENT PRESENTATION.pdf

 

Ontario Transcript Credits

A.Glenforest Secondary SchoolIBDPCOURSECODES.pdf

 

Diploma Points Matrix: 

B.Diploma Points Matrix.pdf

 

Academic Honesty: 

C.Glenforest SS Academic Honesty 2018 student handout.pdf

 

Language Policy:

IB Glenforest_Language_Policy_Rev Fall 2017.pdf

 

Assessments - Internal & External: 

 E. IA and EA for all subjects May 2018.pdf

 

Student Assessment and Evaluation Policy:

IB.DP.Evaluation.policy. 2017 students.pdf

  

GFSS Subject Results: 

F.Subject results May 2017.pdf

 

CAS: 

Glenforest IB CAS Handbook 2017 for ManageBac.pdf

 

 

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IB MYP Assessment

Grades 9 and 10

 

 

 Academic Honesty Policy:

- see DP link

  

Language Policy:

- see DP link

 

Assessment Policy:

MYP.IB.May.2016.GFSSAssessment_policy-final.pdf

 

Assessment: 

WEB.MYP.Assessment.pdf

 

Subject criteria: 

IB.MYP.Web.subjectcriteria.pdf

 

 

Schools may be required by some national or other systems to use a norm-referenced model, or a variant of it, to satisfy certain requirements. Where possible, schools in this situation are encouraged to align the assessment requirements of the national or other system with the MYP assessment model. If there are enough similarities (and flexibility in the national or other system requirements), schools can use MYP assessment criteria and criterion level totals to determine grades. (If schools use MYP grades and choose to add additional criteria to meet local requirements, they must develop their own grade boundary guidelines. However, predicted grades submitted to the IB must be based only on MYP criteria.)

 

Schools can determine MYP grades and then convert them to grades for other systems. It is not acceptable to determine grades for other systems and then convert these to MYP grades.

 

Where the two systems are incompatible, schools must determine and report any MYP grades separately.​

 

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