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Grade five IBPYP teachers looking to connect with other PYPX teachers. Hoping to exchange new ideas, insights & suggestions about the PYP Exhibition.

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Students developing their own planners?

Started by Rachel Young. Last reply by Rachel Young Dec 8, 2010. 9 Replies

As I was reading through some IB material this afternoon I came across something to consider; "Students can share in the planning process, and may even be familiar with the PYP planner. In some…Continue

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Started by Rachel Young. Last reply by Natalie Fiddimore Nov 29, 2010. 4 Replies

We've had some interesting conversations over the past while about how mentors compliment and support students through the exhibition process. Elementary teachers, parents, senior school teachers,…Continue

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Provocations & Ways to Begin

Started by Rachel Young Nov 3, 2010. 0 Replies

Last year we focused our pypx central idea on learning and encouraged students to consider their own learning preferences as a starting point for their inquiries. As a way to encourage them to…Continue

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Comment by Rachel Young on November 2, 2010 at 5:11pm
Grade five teachers looking to connect with other PYPX teachers. Hoping to exchange new ideas, insights & suggestions about the PYP Exhibition.

Possible Ideas for discussion:
• Organizational ideas
• Using mentors effectively
• Student collaboration
• Helping students develop effective student questions
• Scheduling
• Staging the exhibition
• Specific questions from teachers

Please join us if you are interested in collaborating with others. We can share your ideas here as a way of opening our discussion.

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