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.
subject areas: arts, mathematics, language, science, personal, social and physical education, social studies
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?
This article is about how a PYP school in Peru reworked a unit of inquiry to put the arts in the driving seat. Students from first grade 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 many other […]