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 […]
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Getting students’ feedback to feed-forward
This article is about the ways a PYP school in Turkey uses students’ feedback to enhance the current school practices related to curriculum, learning and teaching. Feedback to feed-forward – crucial for progress. As educators we keep records of our students’ progress throughout the year and give written and oral feedback in order to identify […]
Using action research to teach responsively
This article explores how action research can provide valuable feedback for the teacher that, when responded to, will propel students forward.
Feedback to students
This article is about how to provide students constructive feedback that gives the opportunity to take ownership and emerge as lifelong learners. It also highlights the practice of constructive feedback enabling parents to be more engaged with their child’s learning.
Report on the consultation feedback
New curriculum development report From February to May 2014, IB PYP educators were invited to comment on a consultation paper which outlined key themes being explored as part of the review of the PYP. A consultation feedback report which summarizes the main messages emerging from this consultation period is now available in the OCC in English, […]
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