NEW Global Politics for the IB Diploma Programme Print and eBook (Not Yet Published April 2024)

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Pearson Global Politics for the IB Diploma Programme has been developed in cooperation with the IB to provide full coverage of the subject guide for first assessments in 2026. 
The book includes the following features:
  • opportunities for flexible teaching of the syllabus
  • comprehensive coverage of the syllabus written by experienced IB teachers, examiners and curriculum specialists, and reviewd by the IB’s subject matter experts
  • full coverage of the Core, Thematic studies, the Internal Assessment Engagement Project and the HL Extension
  • learning outcomes linked to the key concepts listed at the start of each chapter to help focus learners’ minds
  • feature boxes to add extra support, context and interest, including: TOK, hints for success, interesting facts, key facts, weblinks
  • activity boxes to help learners show their understanding
  • case studies with room for additional individual research
  • concepts and HL themes tagged to help learners identify links between different parts of the course
  • key words highlighted in bold with a full glossary for quick reference
  • additional chapters dedicated to Paper 1, Paper 2, Paper 3, TOK and the Extended Essay
  • practice questions to help prepare learners for their assessments
  • eBook resources including additional teacher support and auto-marked quizzes. 


And interactive features: 

  • Links to videos
  • Auto-marked quizzes that teachers can assign to their students with real-time results and reporting

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Stephan Anagnost teaches at the United Nations International School, Hanoi, Vietnam. He has taught TOK and Global Politics at IB world schools in Austria, Curacao, Ghana,
and Vietnam. He is involved with the IB as an examiner, workshop leader, site visitor, and curriculum developer. Before teaching, Stephan worked for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees and later served in the UN Peacekeeping Mission in Kosovo.

Carolina Chavez Fregoso is an Adjunct Professor of International Relations and Conflict Management at Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico City. She has taught IB Global Politics and helped to develop the
curriculum. She holds an MA in International Conflict and Security from the University of Kent, UK, and an MA in Protocol and Soft Diplomacy Skills from the International School of Protocol and Diplomacy.

Michael O’Shannassy is the Head of Global Studies at UWCSEA (Dover, Singaport). He has a PhD in International Relations from the Australian National University. He is the Principal Examiner for the Global Politics Paper 2 and has als
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