Who We Are Presentations

Today we heard another two presentations about identity. Today’s discussions were about religion and identity and beliefs and identity. From the Loch Ness monster to Islam, students presented what they learned about beliefs and religion. If you presented these ideas, how do you think your presentation went? In the comments, answer the following: Based on […]

Who Are We?

Today students started presenting what they learned about Who We Are. Today’s groups talked about how skin color and your personality help shape your identity. If you presented these ideas, how do you think your presentation went? In the comments, answer the following: Based on your research, what is something that you connected with (you […]

Disturbing Photos about Plastic in the Oceans

As an example today about how to add videos to the blog and about finding out something interesting about our Exhibition topics, I found this. It’s disturbing, but it’s a real problem. During Exhibition, we might find out some things like this. Share with others. Ask opinions. What do you think? //player.vimeo.com/video/25563376?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0 MIDWAY a Message […]

Exhibition Questions this Week

As we begin on Exhibition, Student Week 2, here are some questions and ideas that parents and students could discuss: What is your big idea? What are the main questions you want to investigate? Look at the PYP Exhibition blog under your name and show what you’ve done so far. How are Week 1 and Week […]

What’s the Big Idea?

Tonight’s home learning is simple, yet very important. What is the big idea you want to inquire into during the Exhibition? What makes you say that? Write your thoughts in the comments below. As we talked today about the purpose and essential features of the Exhibition, you know that you need to: engage in an in-depth, collaborative […]

Exhibition Part II: Digging Deeper with Parents

As we continue our journey into the PYP Exhibition, we are venturing into some bigger issues. As our central idea is all about how our passions inspire and sustain our learning, we’ve been wondering how to branch out into bigger ideas. As the Exhibition guidelines state, students need to investigate an issue of significant importance. […]