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Through studying environmental systems and societies (ESS) students will be provided with a coherent perspective of the interrelationships between environmental systems and societies; one that enables them to adopt an informed personal response to the wide range of pressing environmental issues that they will inevitably...

Environmental Systems is the first IB Diploma Programme subject – Environmental Systems and Societies. This course can fulfill either the individuals and societies or the sciences requirement. Alternatively, this course enables students to satisfy the requirements of both subjects groups simultaneously while studying one course....

What is actually  and how to define ESS? ESS is the first IB Diploma Programme subject – Environmental Systems and Societies. It introduces you to some big environmental issues facing humans and the world we inhabit. When we define ESS, we try to communicate clearly the issues...

ESS is a Group 3 and 4 subject for students of the International Baccalaureate Programme. The ESS aims to: • provide content and activities that illustrate the principles and values of the IB and IB learner profile • encourage reflection, discussion and critical thinking • enhance knowledge of a...

Finding an ESS IA topic is really the make-or-break moment of the whole assignment. It really determines how much time you spend on it and how difficult data analysis will be. First, take a look at if a questionnaire or experiment would be better suited to...

Are you wondering what is better ESS IA choice: a Questionnaire or Experiment? These are both primary data ESS IA choices. Majority of students who possess Humanities based knowledge and, because of this, don’t have knowledge of how to even stage an experiment. Therefore conducting an...

Mock Exam Information for Students The mock exams are held to resemble the real exams as closely as possible; in the setting up of the room, how the students enter and leave the room, and the reading of the instructions. This reduces the students concerns for...