As we move towards the end of the academic year, it is always a good time to start thinking of acquiring resources for the upcoming school year.
One factor which I feel may be getting in the way of schools ordering materials is a belief that this coming August will see the adoption of an updated syllabus for IBDP economics.
While in the past the syllabus has been revised every 7 years, this latest update is supposedly going to take another couple of years and is only expected to be in place in time for students beginning in August 2020 and finishing in May 2022.
Thus, students writing exams until May and November of 2021 will still be following the current syllabus for which Workbook for the New I.B. Economics was written.
This being the case, I therefore encourage you to order additional copies if you have found the book helpful to your students. If you do wish to order books I especially encourage you to do so via Richard Heath’s IB Bookshop in the UK.
Finally, I would also like to draw your attention to my most recent articles, which have dealt with topics such as tensions in the Korean peninsula, the resilience of religious communities in the Holy Land, and the meaning of crypto-currencies.
All the best for a great remainder to the year.