This article focuses on how a fundamental mathematics concept can be learned in an enjoyable manner, through the celebration of Pi Day, thus, reinforcing the conceptual understanding and making real life connections.
subject areas: arts, mathematics, language, science, personal, social and physical education, social studies
This article shares how using the mannequin challenge was a creative and fun way to share learning in a Primary Years Programme classroom. It was also a good way to ensure that students practice active listening skills and extend their knowledge.
This article demonstrates how the development of thinking skills can help build a bridge between subjects such as physical education and social studies. Through a contemporary dance approach, the author supports students’ creativity and leads them to express their understanding of the unit ‘Sharing the planet’ in a meaningful way.
This article illustrates a way of promoting a school’s library as a hub for learning.
This article is written by a physical education (PE) teacher from a PYP candidate school in Australia and talks about a journey of connecting PE into a programme of inquiry.
Can students connect physical education (PE) to a unit of inquiry and can lower elementary students be in charge of their own PE?