This workshop uses inquiry to engage participants with the varied resources, readings and tools to optimize the exhibition for students in the PYP. Teachers will explore the importance of enduring understandings and how the students’ voice can lead the learning and the action through local, national and global issues. The exhibition is viewed as a collaborative process; this workshop is a time to listen, view and share exhibition experiences and develop a conceptual understanding of this culminating learning experience for students. The Exhibition guidelines (July 2008) and the Programme standards and practices (January 2014) will be used as a reference point for this reflection.
Dates: Friday 28th – Sunday 30th April, 2017
Venue: University of Warwick Conference Centre.
Registration: Anytime between 13:00 and 14:00 on Friday 28th. Click here for schedule.
Finish time: 12:45 on Sunday 30th April.
Apply: please click here to fill in the simple online application form (OSC website).
Click here for information on the fees, travel and venue (OSC website).
Category 2 workshops look at assessment, teaching and learning methodologies and best practice in the classroom. They are for educators who have already been teaching their particular IB programme. Participants will be expected to have a good understanding of their programme, as well as practical experience in assessment, so they can share good practices.