This blog explores the use of hand signs and how they can assist students and teachers in remembering the PYP terminology, unpack an inquiry, emphasize a conceptual lens, prompt a question, form a rap, and be a reflection tool.
This blog explores how the development of approaches to learning happens in students while they are brainstorming, inquiring, collaborating, organizing and presenting.
A school’s reflection on authentic action and learning during virtual learning. This blog highlights how one school discovered action, strengthening their school community.
In the second of a series focused on the PYP support material ‘The early years in the PYP’, IB voices spoke to Anne van Dam and Kathryn O’Connell, 2 early years educators who have worked in local and global contexts, to explore what concept based learning looks like in action and to discuss some of […]
This article explores how agency in the planning process is expressed through listening, dialogue and the educators desire to nurture playfulness, participation and learning through play.
This article talks about the insights gathered (through a Visible Thinking Routine) from Grade 2 – 5 English learners when they expressed their struggles conducting research in their homeroom. These reflections unearthed how language can be a barrier and how teachers can collaboratively play a role in bridging these gaps for learners, for them to […]