The power of following student’s interests and questions to inquire and develop research skills.
Archive | Inquiry
Developing approaches to learning in the process of inquiry
This blog explores how the development of approaches to learning happens in students while they are brainstorming, inquiring, collaborating, organizing and presenting.
How are schools leveraging IB practices to respond to the varied learning needs produced by Covid-19? A response from Farmdale Elementary
Read as Christina Dominquez, Coordinator at Farmdale Elementary, discusses the challenges of remote learning at her school due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Getting to know the PYP: Resources for the prospective or new PYP school, teacher, parent or caregiver (part two)
This article is a resource guide for those new to the Primary Years Programme (PYP). The IB offers many resources and tools to support prospective, candidate and authorized PYP schools. This is part two of the PYP resource series for new schools.
Aligning transdisciplinary themes across school
This article explores a school’s decision to align the units of inquiry so that all classes explore the same transdisciplinary theme at the same time, and reflects on its impact on the school community.
A transformational journey by single subject teachers
This blog article captures the journey of transformation during online learning as experienced by single subject teachers. They travelled from the stage of disruption to adaptation, and to growth.