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About the IB PYP Exhibition process. Created in 2009 using images from Tokyo International School.

About the IB PYP Exhibition process. Created in 2009 using images from Tokyo International School.

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  • Culmination of the PYP programme of study\n
  • Culmination of the PYP programme of study\n\n
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  • reflect on the components of and processes involved in the exhibition\n\nkeep a journal or portfolio of their planning, draft pieces of work, sketches and photographs of work in progress as well as the final product\n\ncarry out self-assessment and peer assessment\n\n
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  • Mentors help students set & meet their goals by asking questions, suggesting resources, helping to interpret difficult information, facilitating interviews, telephone calls, field trips.\n

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  • Exhibition Extended, collaborative inquiry
  • the exhibition reflects all the major features of the PYP Programme
  • students engage in a collaborative, transdisciplinary inquiryprocess that involves them in identifying, investigating and offering solutions to real-life issues or problems
  • an authentic process for assessing student understanding
  • students develop an understanding of who they are as learners
  • students demonstrate independence and responsibility for their own learning
  • students take action as a result of their learning
  • students synthesise and apply their learning of previous years and reflect upon their journey through the PYP
  • written work, oral presentations, technology
  • art, music, drama, film, mixed media
  • celebrate the transition from primary to middle or secondary education
  • library staff collaborate with students, teachers &mentors to assist with resourcing and skill development
  • mentors help students set and meet their goals