This is the last in a three-part series of blog posts featuring student voice and their reflection on their PYP learning experiences. This post summarizes the questionnaire responses completed by PYP students with the help of their teachers. “Learning is so important to me. I think everyone should have access to education. Learning empowers students […]
This is the second in a three-part series of blog posts featuring student voice and their reflection on their PYP learning experiences. This post reflects on the comments of PYP students from Melbourne, Australia. In May 2014, Dr. Grette Toner and Sandra Paton met with over 100 students from PYP schools in Melbourne, Australia. These […]
This is the first of a three-part series of blog posts featuring student voice and their reflection on their PYP learning experiences. This first post is from Hout Bay International School, the only PYP school in South Africa.
IB has recently completed a programme development research called Investigating language policies in IB World Schools. The abstract of this study can also be viewed in French and Spanish by clicking the tabs below. To find out more about other research completed by IB, go to http://ibo.org/research/
Cloudette van der Berg, from the PYP development team, met with two staff members at the International School of Delft (ISD) in September to interview them about the school, their roles in the school, and their hope for the future. This is a follow-up to the previous feature on the ISD. The International School Delft […]
Have you ever wondered about using an online learning management system for your PYP exhibition? The International School of Belgrade, Serbia experimented with such a platform so here are some considerations. First of all, ask yourselves questions to clarify your purpose! Are you hoping that this use of technology will transform your students’ exhibition experience? […]