In the English class, grade 6 students are wrapping up the year with an unstructured inquiry. We wanted to look back and reflect on the learning journey we were a part of this year. Therefore, we choose ‘connections’ as a key concept, and decided to explore how researchers establish connections among different areas of knowledge […]
Below are a few images that reflect the work MYP1 students carried out in the visual arts class as part of their interdisciplinary unit with English Language Acquisition.
Learning cannot happen in isolation. For this reason, whenever possible, it is important to helps students make connections across subject groups. The inquiry-based nature of the MYP allows for interdisciplinary learning experiences to be developed every time that teachers of two or more subjects identify opportunities to join forces and create a learning experience in which […]
I liked this book because it is a very interesting novel, and because it is a bit mysterious, and also because I can make connections with the characters in the story. I hope that you feel like reading others book by Jen Bryant. Below you will see two more of his works.
To enrich their unit on World Religions, Mr. Brian’s 8th grade Humanities class enjoyed a 3.5-day field trip to Xi’an. This city was a natural choice for this unit, because Xi’an marked the beginning and end of the ancient Silk Road, which brought different goods, ideas and beliefs to China. The students have been studying […]
This year, throughout the school, teachers have been focused on the concept of mastery: lifting the level of all students–no matter their current level of proficiency–to greater heights. One important area of focus for teachers across the Montessori, PYP, MYP and DP divisions has been literacy, specifically, writing. We began this year by asking the […]