The PYP Exhibition

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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
  • The PYP Exhibition

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

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