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  • Link to the 5 essential elements \nResources - varied - i.e. literature, current events, real life opportunities, teacher resources such as first steps, PYP scope and sequence documents, internet, software applications\n\n
  • We do not use a textbook in our math programme as you may be familiar with in traditional sense. We use a variety of resources and materials to support students’ development as mathematicians\n
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    • 1. style logos should not be used. Welcome to 6E! Developing responsible global citizens andStandardRed Standard Red Reversed Black leaders through academic excellence IB Logo (for use on red background only) Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one who asked why. ~Bernard M. Baruch Logo MastheadMission StatementThe Mission Statement International School of Hong Kong Canadian should be incorporated into documents wherepossible. The school’s letterhead has it at the bottom of the page. TheMission Statement can be written Information follows: Curriculum in two forms as Evening Tuesday, Septembercitizens and leaders throughAs a statement: To develop responsible global 14, 2010academic excellence
    • 2. Agenda The Inquiry CyclePYP: Essential Elements Programme Overview NumeracyAssessment & ReportingCommunity of Learners
    • 3. What does the PYP Look Like? What does transdisciplinary mean?
    • 4. Tuning In How many in a village of 100 would:•speak English•be 12 years of age oryounger•have enough food•go to school•have electricity•have access to a safesource of water
    • 5. Finding Out/Sorting Out •Read your section of the book and discuss the data. •How might you best represent this data? •Create a visual representation of the information to share with others.
    • 6. Going further / Making ConclusionsWhat statements can youmake about the data youhave represented?What conclusions can youmake about this data basedon your interpretations?What new questions do youhave about this information?
    • 7. Taking Action What have I learned?•How do I know?•How might I use this elsewhere?•How have I changed?
    • 8. PYP: Essential Elements
    • 9. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge
    • 10. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content
    • 11. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content Concepts
    • 12. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content Concepts powerful ideas that transcend subjects
    • 13. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content Concepts powerful ideas that transcend subjects Skills
    • 14. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content Concepts powerful ideas that transcend subjects Skills disciplinary & transdisciplinary
    • 15. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content Concepts powerful ideas that transcend subjects Skills disciplinary & transdisciplinary Attitudes
    • 16. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content Concepts powerful ideas that transcend subjects Skills disciplinary & transdisciplinary Attitudes expressions of values about learning
    • 17. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content Concepts powerful ideas that transcend subjects Skills disciplinary & transdisciplinary Attitudes expressions of values about learning Action
    • 18. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content Concepts powerful ideas that transcend subjects Skills disciplinary & transdisciplinary Attitudes expressions of values about learning Action manifestation of the other elements
    • 19. PYP: Essential Elements Knowledge significant, relevant content Concepts powerful ideas that transcend subjects Skills disciplinary & transdisciplinary Attitudes expressions of values about learning Action manifestation of the other elements
    • 20. Programme Overview How we express How we organize How the world Where we are in Who We Are Sharing the planet ourselves ourselves works place & time Central; idea Concepts Lines of inquiry SkillsThrough the lens of Mathematics Stand-Alone MathematicsLearning Through Language Learning About LanguageLearning tThrough the leans of other disciplines
    • 21. Numeracy in the PYP“Inquiry is a philosophical stance rather than a set ofstrategies, activities or a particular teaching method.” ~From the Ground Up, Heidi Mills
    • 22. Numeracy in the PYP Knowledge•Data can be presentedeffectively for validinterpretation andcommunication.•Range, mode, medianand mean can be used toanalyse statistical data.
    • 23. Numeracy in the PYP Concepts •Connection ~ What do you already know that helps you read and interpret this display of data? •Perspective ~ Who might be interested in, or be able to use, the results of our survey? •Responsibility ~ How have you collected all the relevant data? •Reflection ~ What could you do differently if you repeated the survey?
    • 24. Numeracy in the PYPSkills ~ disciplinary•analyse, make predictionsand infer from a set of data•identify, describe, explainand calculate range, median,mode and mean of a set ofdata•design a survey andsystematically collect, record,organize and display in a bargraph, circle graph and linegraph
    • 25. Numeracy in the PYP Skills ~ transdisciplinary •communication skills, such as viewing and presenting •social skills, such as group decision-making, accepting responsibility, cooperating •self-management skills, such as organization
    • 26. Numeracy in the PYPAttitudes•Curiosity ~ Is this true?How can we find out?•Cooperation ~ How can webest work together to collect,record, organize, interpretand present our data?
    • 27. Numeracy in the PYP Action •What questions might I consider the next time I view data presented in the newspaper? •How might I share my new understanding with others? •How might this understanding be of benefit to others?
    • 28. the Class Websitehttp://sites.cdnis.edu.hk/teachers/jenniferfenton/
    • 29. Assessment & Reporting Focus on the learner and learning Formative and Summative assessments Variety of tools & strategies Portfolio Progress Reports 3 Way Learning Reviews Learning Journeys
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    • 31. The PYP Exhibition http://vimeo.com/12480570This link can be found on the class website under the Exhibition tab.
    • 32. Supporting your child Homework - 60 minutes Ask questions of your child Discuss events in our community & the world Allow time for a balance of activities Check the website for information & updates Contact me if you have any questions or concerns
    • 33. Thank youPlease find your child’s portfolio and write aresponse to the letter they have written to you.If you have any questions, please write themon a Post-it note and place them on theQuestion Card.

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