This article illustrates inquiry on transportation through an unstructured play-based environment.
This article illustrates a PYP exhibition journey from the reflection on facilitation to allowing students making sense of their topic through a driving conceptual lens.
This article summarizes how reflections help learners choose how they want to act. It shares a real-time example and utilizes an opportunity to appreciate the beauty of the PYP and how implementing it ties together all the elements!
This article is about how a PYP school in Peru reworked a unit of inquiry to put the arts in the driving seat. First grade students wrote and performed their own plays connected with effective communication and the IB learner profile. This year-long project led by their drama department was supported by other disciplines and […]
This article demonstrates the use of the Theory of Multiple Intelligences by H. Gardner in a year 4 PYP classroom through ‘How the world works’ inquiry into energy.
Educators tell IB World how using design thinking has improved learning
In this article you will read how a PYP school in Germany—as a way to spark enthusiasm—launched the PYP exhibition using community leaders who have turned their passions and beliefs into action focused careers.
This article highlights how the primary students highlight and realize their school’s mission statement through play.
This article explores the notion of learner agency: how ‘kids are the boss’ in our learning environment.
This article explores one school’s journey to ensure the approaches to learning, an element of the PYP, are planned for in order to strengthen the transdisciplinary nature of their programme.
This article explains what the workshop approach and the PYP have in common and how both relate to each other.
IB teachers tell IB World magazine how they encourage students to lead their learning
This article is about how to provide students constructive feedback that gives the opportunity to take ownership and emerge as lifelong learners. It also highlights the practice of constructive feedback enabling parents to be more engaged with their child’s learning.
In this article you will read how animal tracks of famous Gabon indigenous animals leaded students to QR coded information that—when scanned—revealed information about the animal.
Have you thought about joining one of the IB networks or associations? In this article you will learn about how the IB World Schools collaborate through networks in the gulf region.