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Responsible action: Part 1

IB is working on developing a good practice guide that will illustrate schools’ commitment to act collaboratively and responsibly to find global solutions to global challenges. We will be running a 4-part series of posts in this blog and on LinkedIn with questions to engage you and your community in discussions around responsible action. Help […]

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Gareth Jacobson

Student initiated action in the PYP

Over the years I have seen PYP teachers grapple with the concept of cultivating student initiated action. One common misconception is the idea that student initiated action needs to happen within the tight 6/7 week frame of a unit of inquiry. However, like the development of the learner profile, student action needs to be nurtured […]

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Rebecca Clements

The PYP exhibition

“In my role as ‘Teaching and Learning’ advisor at the English Schools Foundation, I am privileged to work alongside many passionate teachers as they plan and implement their exhibition units. This time of the year is my favourite, as I see evidence of students exhibiting the attributes of the IB learner profile that have been […]

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