Pearson Baccalaureate Group 3: Individuals & Societies

Pearson Baccalaureate Group 3: Individuals & Societies
 
 

Authors

Eunice Price

Eunice Price has taught IB History since 1978 and is currently Head of History at the United World College of the Adriatic. She has taught at schools in the USA, the Far East and the Middle East. Her main area of expertise is twentieth century global history.

Brian Mimmack

Brian Mimmack has taught the IB since 1979, and is currently Humanities Chairperson at the International School of Düsseldorf, Germany. A former Deputy Chief Examiner and External Advisor for History, and the Principal Examiner for Paper 1, Brian is also heavily involved in IB curriculum development and assessment.

Daniela Senés

Daniela Senés holds a B. A (hons) in International Relations and has specialized in Latin American Studies. She has taught IB History and Theory of Knowledge for twenty years in Argentina, where she was also Head of Senior School. She has been involved with the IB Programme since 1996.

Jo Thomas

Jo Thomas has more than 20 years’ experience as Head of History at three leading IB schools: Munich International School, United World College of South East Asia (Singapore) and the British School of Brussels, where she is currently Head of History and Politics. Jo is also an IB Examiner for History and an IB workshop leader.

Keely Rogers

Keely Rogers has taught the IB Diploma History program for over 15 years. She has taught at the UWC of S E Asia, the International School of Brussels and is currently Head of Group 3 at ACS International school in Surrey. She is a former faculty member for History on the Online Curriculum Centre, an experienced IB History workshop leader, and a Senior IB Examiner in two papers.

Sean Maley

Sean Maley teaches IB Economics at the American International School of Bucharest, Romania. He has served as co-curriculum author/subject matter expert in the creation of the online IB Economics courses.

Jason Welker

Jason Welker teaches IB and Advanced Placement Economics at Zurich International School in Switzerland. He has served as co-curriculum author/subject matter expert in the creation of the online IB Economics courses. He also created and maintains Welker’s Wikinomics, a website for economics students and teachers.

Andrew Davis

Andrew Davis teaches Biology and Environmental Systems and Societies at St. Edward's School, Oxford, where he introduced the IB ESS course in 2008. He worked in South East Asia for 10 years as part of the Royal Society's Rainforest Research Programme, examining the effects of rainforest disturbance on insect communities.

Garrett Nagle

Garrett Nagle has been an IB Examiner since 2004 and has been involved in over 50 textbooks and numerous articles. He is an IB Deputy Chief Examiner, a team leader, question setter and has been a workshop leader. He is Chairman of the Oxford Geographical Association.

Alan Law

Alan Law is Teacher-in-Charge of Psychology at The English College in Prague, and is an Assistant Examiner in Psychology. He has a postgraduate diploma and an MSc in Occupational Psychology, and as a qualified English language teacher also has experience training teachers in UK summer schools.

Christos Halkiopoulos

Christos Halkiopoulos (CPsychol) is a registered Coaching Psychologist and Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society. His chartership is in the field of teaching and research in psychology. His membership of the Association for Business Psychology was also recently upgraded to the highest membership level of principal practitioner.

Christos holds graduate and postgraduate degrees in General and Organisational Psychology from the University of London. He has been teaching IB Psychology and TOK at St Clare's (Oxford) since. He is also an experienced IB workshop leader.

Dr. Christian Bryan

Dr. Christian Bryan has taught A-level and Diploma Psychology since 1998. He currently works at the American International School of Budapest, where he teaches Psychology and ToK. He is an experienced IB Workshop Leader and EAL curriculum delivery for the Diploma. He is also series editor for the Pearson Baccalaureate EAL support series, Essentials.

Robert Murphy

Robert has been Head of Global Politics at Wellington College since 2013. Before that he was a British diplomat working for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in postings to Trinidad & Tobago, Bolivia, Venezuela, Pakistan and Somalia. Between 2009 and 2011 he was Head of Strategic Communications and Spokesman at the British High Commission, Islamabad running communications projects from counter-radicalisation to development. In 2012/13, he spent a year living and working in Somalia advising the African Union Peacekeeping Mission to Somalia on their strategic communications programmes. He writes regularly on global politics and Pearson Baccalaureate Essentials: Global Politics is his first textbook.