In this article you will read about the IB Primary Years Programme and Reggio Emilia approaches in action at an Italian language immersion school in the USA. The article illustrates how a constructivist student-led inquiry can provide students with the opportunity to ask meaningful questions about real-world issues and find answers to those questions through […]
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This article draws from learning that took place within the transdisciplinary theme of “sharing the planet”. Listening to learning within the context of the Reggio Emilia philosophy of the Hundred Languages of the Child resulted in a beautiful and authentic path traveled along this inquiry.
In this article you will read about how the first grade team has made changes each year to a unit of inquiry under the transdisciplinary theme “how the world works”, based on the developmental level, interests and inquiries of students.
In this article you will read how grade 1 students developed conceptual understanding of a ‘system’, under the transdisciplinary theme ‘How we organize ourselves’.
This article is about how a PYP school in Peru took the PYP exhibition further than simply incorporating the elements of inquiry, action and reflection by embracing transdisciplinarity, technology and design, and sustainability. It also shows authentic real-world tasks that were a critical part of students’ experience.
This article shows how to plan a unit of inquiry from the student perspective facilitating the same process that teachers undertake.