Middle Years Programme (MYP) students all over the world are making their mark and impacting their community however they can. These four MYP students take the IB learner profile traits of principled, open-minded, caring and risk-takers to heart as they work hard to support and empower their communities.
During these challenging times, we have all come to understand and appreciate the role that community plays within our society. Have a look at how these four Middle Years Programme (MYP) students are making the best out of a difficult situation.
“Anything on this Earth, even this dreadful COVID-19 pandemic, can be defeated with the power of positivity.”
MYP students at Wockhardt Global School share the power of positive thinking in virtually displaying their personal projects despite school closures due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
“I want to inspire more students to make a difference no matter how big or small in someone’s life.”
MYP student Meher Joshi explains how sharing her Model United Nations (MUN) experience will nurture the young leaders of tomorrow.
“I think everyone overcame the challenges and made the exhibition possible by being risk-takers.”
MYP students at KIS International School outline how they used Instagram to showcase their ‘video game-themed’ exhibition.
“I have titled this song, ‘The Black Box Song’, as this song is most appreciated when eliminating all other senses.”
MYP student Kieran Hozack shares how his musical composition was able to raise awareness and funds for the virtually impaired.
The IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) will host a new community event of student learning through our IB network which can be enjoyed by everyone. Schools are invited to share their MYP community projects and MYP personal projects digitally on our IB website to showcase creativity. Compile your community projects and/or personal projects into a clip or compilation and tag it with #MYPX2020 to share your work!
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