Vitika Chadda, Primary Years Programme (PYP) form tutor from Pathways School, Noida shares how they embraced collaboration for holistic growth in their classroom.
We spoke to Bianca Wagner, a grade one teacher at Lyford Cay International School, Bahamas, about how scheduled play time in the classroom serves as an opportunity to observe student-led inquiry in action.
We spoke with Aanchal Shah from Prometheus School, India on how they integrated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) in their classroom through student-led inquiry.
Sarah Ssengendo from the International School of Uganda shared with us how her teachers embraced the transition to co-teaching, examining the benefits they experienced and the challenges they faced.
Holly Engström, a Primary Years Programme (PYP) homeroom teacher at the International School of the Stockholm Region, Sweden explores how her students took ownership of their learning and turned their empathy into action, making a meaningful impact in the face of adversity.
Bianca Starck, ATL Coordinator of Sekolah Ciputra in Surabaya, Indonesia shares her school’s reflection on how ATLs are connected to sustainable entrepreneurship.
This article shares the effectiveness of including wellbeing as a part of virtual learning and how it enhances the social skills of the learners.
Lyndsay Gregory from Amsterdam International Community School (AICS) shares the school’s journey to opening their Student Support Centre for children with special educational needs.
We spoke with Simon Clark from Discovery School in Mansfield, Ohio on providing staff members with the opportunity to move through the inquiry process in a similar way to their students.
Three IB educators from around the globe have shared tips for fellow educators and for students on how to uphold academic integrity in the classroom and during assessments.
This blog gives an insight into the design cycle process and how it helps to enhance critical and creative thinking using technology.
Pooja Jain, PYP teacher at Pathways School Noida, India shares her students’ journey to help save the planet.
Primary Years Programme (PYP) students use of integration of both ICT skills and dancing skills to inquire, respond, create and reflect through a dynamic process and how this opened new dimensions for creative thinking.
To celebrate 25 years of the PYP we spotlight some of the IB staff who work on the programme. We sat down with Sue, Christine, Alicia, Lukas and Monita to learn more about their experiences, highlights and what they are most excited about.
A blog by Nikki Welsh, PYP Curriculum development manager at the IB