WORKSHOPS – MYP2018-11-22T14:10:53+00:00

MYP WORKSHOPS

You will explore effective teaching, learning and assessment strategies in each of the MYP subject groups as you prepare for authorization.

This workshop encourages participants to:

  • Align educational beliefs and values to reflect those of the IB in order to create a challenging programme of international education
  • Develop an understanding of the structures and principles of the subject group framework and guidelines
  • Prepare teaching, learning and assessment strategies and design tasks that will support the implementation of the subject group framework and guidelines
  • Engage in relevant, significant, challenging and student-centred environments. These workshops allow you to inquire into the MYP philosophy and the written, taught and assessed curriculum in order to develop MYP units that allow students to gain proficiency in an additional language while supporting maintenance of their mother tongue and cultural heritage
  • Share ideas to develop student´s multilingualism and communication skills, their appreciation of a variety of literary and non-literary texts and to develop curiosity, enjoyment and life-long interest in language learning
  • Design authentic and meaningful summative assessment tasks that allow students to develop critical and creative techniques for comprehension and construction of meaning in a range of authentic contexts and for a variety of audiences and purposes.
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You will explore effective teaching, learning and assessment strategies in each of the MYP subject groups as you prepare for authorization.

This workshop encourages participants to:

  • Align educational beliefs and values to reflect those of the IB in order to create a challenging programme of international education
  • Develop an understanding of the structures and principles of the subject group framework and guidelines
  • Prepare teaching, learning and assessment strategies and design tasks that will support the implementation of the subject group framework and guidelines
  • Engage in relevant, significant, challenging and student-centred environments. This workshop allows you to inquire into the MYP philosophy and the written, taught and assessed curriculum in order to develop MYP units that allow students to understand and appreciate science and its implications and develop skills to design and perform investigations successfully
  • Share ideas on how to design courses that allow students to cultivate analytical, inquiring and flexible minds that pose questions, solve problems, construct explanations and judge arguments
  • Design authentic and meaningful summative assessment tasks that allow students to apply concepts, skills and knowledge in a variety of real-life contexts to make informed decisions
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Category 2 workshops invite more experienced Middle Years Programme (MYP) school leaders and subject-group teachers to collaborate and reflect on strategies to enhance the ongoing implementation of the programme.  Category 2 MYP workshops are for administrators, coordinators, and teachers who have previously attended a category 1 workshop or who have been working with the programme in their role for at least one school year.  Lastly, it is important to note that Category 2 workshops cannot meet the PD requirement for a school’s authorization.

You will collaborate and reflect on effective teaching, learning and assessment strategies in each of the MYP subject groups.

These workshops encourage you to:

  • Continue to develop a collaborative and collegial approach to the structures and principles of the subject group aims and objectives, concepts, contexts and approaches to learning skills
  • Evaluate effective teaching and learning strategies and continue to design tasks that will support the implementation of the subject groups and guidelines
  • Reflect upon the relevance, innovation and rigour of the student-centred environments that you have created
  • Share challenges and successes in a continued effort to align the school’s educational beliefs and values to reflect those of the IB in order to create a challenging programme of international education
  • Reflect upon your own practices and capabilities.
REGISTER NOW

Category 2 workshops invite more experienced Middle Years Programme (MYP) school leaders and subject-group teachers to collaborate and reflect on strategies to enhance the ongoing implementation of the programme.  Category 2 MYP workshops are for administrators, coordinators, and teachers who have previously attended a category 1 workshop or who have been working with the programme in their role for at least one school year.  Lastly, it is important to note that Category 2 workshops cannot meet the PD requirement for a school’s authorization.

You will collaborate and reflect on effective teaching, learning and assessment strategies in each of the MYP subject groups.

These workshops encourage you to:

  • Continue to develop a collaborative and collegial approach to the structures and principles of the subject group aims and objectives, concepts, contexts and approaches to learning skills
  • Evaluate effective teaching and learning strategies and continue to design tasks that will support the implementation of the subject groups and guidelines
  • Reflect upon the relevance, innovation and rigour of the student-centred environments that you have created
  • Share challenges and successes in a continued effort to align the school’s educational beliefs and values to reflect those of the IB in order to create a challenging programme of international education
  • Reflect upon your own practices and capabilities.
REGISTER NOW

Category 2 workshops invite more experienced Middle Years Programme (MYP) school leaders and subject-group teachers to collaborate and reflect on strategies to enhance the ongoing implementation of the programme.  Category 2 MYP workshops are for administrators, coordinators, and teachers who have previously attended a category 1 workshop or who have been working with the programme in their role for at least one school year.  Lastly, it is important to note that Category 2 workshops cannot meet the PD requirement for a school’s authorization.

You will collaborate and reflect on effective teaching, learning and assessment strategies in each of the MYP subject groups.

These workshops encourage you to:

  • Continue to develop a collaborative and collegial approach to the structures and principles of the subject group aims and objectives, concepts, contexts and approaches to learning skills
  • Evaluate effective teaching and learning strategies and continue to design tasks that will support the implementation of the subject groups and guidelines
  • Reflect upon the relevance, innovation and rigour of the student-centred environments that you have created
  • Share challenges and successes in a continued effort to align the school’s educational beliefs and values to reflect those of the IB in order to create a challenging programme of international education
  • Reflect upon your own practices and capabilities.
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This workshop will provide concrete strategies to assist teachers in creating a learning culture that connects cognitive and constructivist learning theories to MYP real-world assessment practices. Effective teaching is a process, not a technique, and is rooted in authentic assessment practices. There is a deep exploration of how formative and summative assessments work together to create a well-defined approach to making learning meaningful and authentic.

This workshop aims to:

  • Develop your understanding of how assessment informs the teaching and learning of students
  • Provide you with a variety of strategies and pedagogies that support the practical application of MYP assessment philosophy allow you to reflect on how the design of assessment impacts the culture of teaching and learning in your schools, beginning with writing a school assessment policy.
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