In this article you will read how a Primary Years Programme school in China used the mathematics scope and sequence to help organize their learning spaces.
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Learners taking big steps for entrepreneurship
In this article it is delineated how Primary Years Programme philosophy of engaging learning activities, effective assessment and meaningful actions represents an ideal framework to assist students developing their sense of entrepreneurship, one of the key competences for lifelong learning.
Student agency designs learning space
This article talks about Primary Years Programme students inquiring into the physical and virtual public spaces. As part of their action, students chose to design the mother tongue space for the library.
Supporting learner agency in the early years
This article illustrates the importance of listening to students’ voices and the powerful learning that can happen when allowing them take the lead.
PYP exhibition: A roller coaster ride
This article describes the journey of PYP exhibition – from the start to the highs and low points during its course.
Developing conceptual understanding of a system
In this article you will read how grade 1 students developed conceptual understanding of a ‘system’, under the transdisciplinary theme ‘How we organize ourselves’.