Our learning community has been challenged to use the best elements of remote and online learning to make our Exhibition happen, promoting our student agency and our innovative spirit. Both parents and students became our source of inspiration, reaffirming that working together is the way to achieve our goals.
This is a story of an Early Years section who believes that their young learners are capable of doing a mini-exhibition. A journey that started with a vision and is now gradually unfolding with the PYP Enhancement as a guide and an inspiration.
Our virtual PYP Exhibition was a challenge not only technologically but also in keeping true to the IB thought premises when faced with remote learning and all its complications. Leveraging our IB beliefs helped us, as a learning community, to face and overcome the difficulties, turning it into a learning opportunity for all the stakeholders.
In this article, I aim to showcase the virtual PYP Exhibition journey of students at DPS International. This article talks about how students adjusted to the online platform and various tools and enjoyed their exhibition journey. It also talks about how an online exhibition was a learning journey, though not without challenges. ‘The key to […]
Can collaboration in a transdisciplinary scenario support knowledge development outside the boundaries of a group of students? This article recounts the experience of students engaging in ‘cross collaboration’ outside their mentor- mentee groups to enable peers to reap the benefits of their inquiry during the PYP exhibition. The primary years programme guides independent learners who have […]