Teacher Workshops

Take a look at the upcoming IB Economics Teacher Workshops designed to support, enhance, and empower you in the classroom.

Teacher Memberships

Take a look all of the Individual Teacher Membership options designed to support, enhance, and empower you in the classroom.

Free Monthly Q & A Sessions

Join the conversation with your colleagues from around the world the last Sunday of every month until June 2022! These sessions are OPEN and FREE to anyone who would like to join us.

Teacher Mentoring Program

A one-on-one teacher collaboration program where we can share new ideas on lesson plans, new writing strategies for students, and perspectives on teaching the IB Economics curriculum.

Teacher Mentoring - Individual Session

Looking for help with some aspect of teaching IB Economics? Whether it be teaching content, diagrams, writing strategies, assessment, the Internal Assessment, or the Extended Essay I am available to provide help and guidance.

School Membership

With the School Membership your school will get full access to the IB Economics resources for all of your students and colleagues. Up to 100 individual users. Ideal for online learning!

Teacher Resource eBooks

A series of PDF eBooks created for the New 2020 IB Economics Syllabus. Excellent resource for teachers!

A little bit about me...

I currently teach IB Economics and Theory of Knowledge at the International School Nido de Aguilas in Santiago, Chile. I have also served as Nido's IB Extended Essay Coordinator for the past four years.  I have 19 years of classroom experience, eight of which have been teaching both High Level and Standard Level IB Economics.  

Prior to moving to Chile in 2012, I spent four years at the American School of Nicaragua.  Three of those years I taught high school history, one of them I spent as High School Principal.  I began my teaching career in 2002 at the Atlanta Girls’ School in the United States. Prior to teaching, I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the central mountains of the Dominican Republic. I am a graduate of Duke University where I studied Public Policy Studies and History.  

Teaching IB Economics has been the most rewarding experience of my nineteen-year career and I would love to share a bit of what I've learned along the way.  Please don't hesitate to send me an email to brad@bradcartwright.com if you have any questions.

Wishing you all the best out there.  

Stay safe and healthy!



"I would love to share what I’ve learned from experience, from mistakes made, and from working with thousands of students over the years."