This article is based on an example of listening to learning within a pre-kindergarten classroom and how teachers tuning into student voices helped to shape the direction of our inquiry into the transdisciplinary theme of ‘How we express ourselves’.
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This article talks about Primary Years Programme students inquiring into the physical and virtual public spaces. As part of their action, students chose to design the mother tongue space for the library.
This article illustrates the importance of listening to students’ voices and the powerful learning that can happen when allowing them take the lead.
This article explores how students took ownership of the Model United Nations (MUN) experience in the primary division as a going further from their unit under ‘How we organize ourselves’.
What happens if a student asks to re-arrange the tables in a classroom? This article talks about a PYP teacher relinquishing control, standing back and allowing students to change everything.
This article explores the notion of learner agency: how ‘kids are the boss’ in our learning environment.