More than 750 attendees participated in the VI edition of the Monograph Fair
The workshops have been given by expert teachers in the tutoring of the monograph and members of the network of IB Educators.
15 | 02 | 2023
The School of Education and Psychology held on February 10 the sixth edition of the Monograph Fair for schools of high school diploma International. More than 750 attendees participated in this edition, which for the third consecutive year was held at modality online.
Some 425 students and 182 teachers from 21 schools in ten autonomous communities participated: Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Catalonia, Castile and Leon, Valencia, the Canary Islands, Madrid, Murcia and Navarre.
This year, seven workshops have been organized focusing on the methodology of research in the areas of: Philosophy, Physics, Experimental Sciences, language foreign, History, language and Literature and Mathematics. It should be noted that in this edition of the seven teachers invited to teach the workshops, five of them have been international. Marisol Escaño, María Garzón, Laura Gómez and Marcela González participated from Colombia, and Maria Curtí participated from Saudi Arabia. Esperanza Santamaría and Raquel Somoano participated from Madrid.
On an annual basis, the Monographs Fair has as goal the sharing of experiences and knowledge through the methodology of research applied to monographs. The workshops developed during the day, offer an opportunity to deepen in the different applications of the methodology and thus evaluate approaches and new ways of researching.
"The Monograph is the most challenging and inquiring activity that the IB has throughout its process teaching-learning. It is an open-ended inquiry task, where the student investigates important issues and areas of interest staff. The IB seeks through this research, that students can not only learn about the topic of their research, methodology and critical thinking, but also transferable skills such as time management, perseverance, resilience and decision making," adds Monica Sepulveda, director of development of the School.