Dianne Korare is an experienced International Baccalaureate educator. She manages the International Baccalalaureate programmes for teachers in the College of Educaton, Psychology and Social Work at Flinders University. Her most recent school background was as Principal of two international schools in Fiji: International School Suva (2003 to 2011) and International School Nadi (2012 to 2014). She worked with three of the International Baccalaureate Programmes: Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme and Diploma Programme. Prior to Fiji, she spent 26 years in Papua New Guinea where she worked in government schools, the Bomana Police College and finally for 23.5 years at Port Moresby International School. During that time at Port Moresby International School, her roles included teaching Theory of Knowledge, English and History, IB Diploma Coordinator, Head of Department, Deputy Principal and finally Head of High School. She has conducted a number of Theory of Knowledge workshops for teachers in the IB Asia/Pacifc region as well as being Assistant Examiner in History and Theory of Knowledge. She also conducted research on Women in Politics in Papua New Guinea.
Dianne Korare's qualifications include:
Master of Arts (Asian and Pacific Studies), Bachelor of Arts, Teachers' Certificate, Graduate Diploma in Asian and Pacific Studies, Graduate Diploma in Communciation and Professional Writing.
She is also doing her PhD part-time at Flinders University.
Administration of all IB courses for the International Baccalaureate Programmes at Flinders University.
Topic Coordinator for the following topics in the Graduate Certificate in IBMYP and Master of Education (IB):
EDUC8821 IBMYP Curriculum Foundations, EDUC9822 IBMYP Curriculum Foundations, EDUC9823 Teaching, Learning and Assessment in the IBMYP, EDUC9824 Classroom Diversity and the IBMYP and EDUC9825 Practitioner Inquiry in International Education.
Supervisor of MEd (IB) Coursework Projects
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