IB PYP Related Concepts: Educator Tips for Beginners (2023)

"; selectizeDropdown[0].selectize.$dropdown_content.html(loadingHTML); // Make AJAX POST request $.ajax({ type:"POST", url: "https://apigw.toddleapp.com/auth/website/getSchoolListV2", data: { s: value }, success: function(response) { var schools = response.map(function(item) { return { text: item.school_name, value: item.school_name }; }); // Replace selectize dropdown data with new JSON school name data selectizeDropdown[0].selectize.clearOptions(); selectizeDropdown[0].selectize.addOption(schools); selectizeDropdown[0].selectize.refreshOptions(); console.log("Done"); }, error: function(error) { console.log(error); }, complete: function() { // Hide loader image //selectizeDropdown[0].selectize.hideLoading(); selectizeDropdown[0].selectize.$dropdown_content.find(".selectize-loading").remove(); } }); }, 300); // debounce for 500ms}// Set up event listener for selectize dropdown input$(".school-new input").on("input", function(event) {event.preventDefault(); // stop default search makeAjaxRequest($(this).val());}); const fields = [ "fname", "lname", "email", "school", "role", "country", // "content" ]; var CAMPAIGN_KEYWORDS = [ { key: "utm_source" }, { key: "utm_medium" }, { key: "utm_campaign" }, { key: "utm_content" }, { key: "utm_term" } ]; // start update let your_school = ""; let tools = ""; // start new update jQuery(".646451460_show_school").css("display", "none"); jQuery("#646451460_tool_error").css("display", "none"); // new development jQuery(".646451460_show_whatsapp_field").css("display", "none"); // new development jQuery(".should_receive_event_update_wrapper").css("display", "none"); // new development function checkTool() { if(tools.length <= 0){ jQuery(".download-form-loading").css("display", "none"); jQuery("#646451460_tool_error").css("display", "block"); jQuery("#646451460_tool_error").css("visibility", "visible"); return; } else { jQuery("#646451460_tool_error").css("display", "none"); } } jQuery(document).ready(function(){ jQuery("#646451460_label_1").click(function() { if( jQuery("#646451460_role_1").is(":checked") || jQuery("#646451460_role_3").is(":checked") || jQuery("#646451460_role_5").is(":checked")){ jQuery(".646451460_show_school").css("display", "block"); } else{ jQuery(".646451460_show_school").css("display", "none"); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_3").click(function() { if( jQuery("#646451460_role_1").is(":checked") || jQuery("#646451460_role_3").is(":checked") || jQuery("#646451460_role_5").is(":checked")){ jQuery(".646451460_show_school").css("display", "block"); } else{ jQuery(".646451460_show_school").css("display", "none"); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_5").click(function() { if( jQuery("#646451460_role_1").is(":checked") || jQuery("#646451460_role_3").is(":checked") || jQuery("#646451460_role_5").is(":checked")){ jQuery(".646451460_show_school").css("display", "block"); } else{ jQuery(".646451460_show_school").css("display", "none"); } }); jQuery(".your-school-radio").click(function() { your_school = jQuery(this).find("input[name=646451460_your_school]").val(); }); jQuery("#646451460_label_1").click(function() { if( jQuery("#646451460_role_1").is(":checked")){ jQuery(".646451460_show_whatsapp_field").css("display", "grid"); jQuery(".should_receive_event_update_wrapper").css("display", "flex"); } else{ jQuery(".646451460_show_whatsapp_field").css("display", "none"); jQuery(".should_receive_event_update_wrapper").css("display", "none"); } }); }); // end update let curriculums = []; let fieldData = {}; jQuery("#646451460_role_error").css("display", "none"); function checkRole() { if(curriculums.length <= 0){ jQuery(".download-form-loading").css("display", "none"); jQuery("#646451460_role_error").css("display", "block"); jQuery("#646451460_role_error").css("visibility", "visible"); return; } else {jQuery("#646451460_role_error").css("visibility", "hidden"); jQuery("#646451460_role_error").css("display", "none"); } } jQuery(".download-form-success-not-email-btn").click(function() { jQuery(".modal-content").scrollTop(); jQuery(".form-details").scrollTop(); jQuery(".download-form-loading").css("display", "none"); jQuery(".download-form-success-modal").fadeOut(100); jQuery(".download-form-success-modal").css("display", "none"); jQuery(".download-modal-container").fadeIn(100); jQuery(".download-modal-container").css("display", "flex"); }); jQuery("#646451460should_receive_update_label").on("click", function(){ var checkbox = jQuery("#646451460should_receive_update"); checkbox.prop("checked", !checkbox.prop("checked")); }); jQuery("#646451460_label_1").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_1"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_1").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_1").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_1").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_2").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_2"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_2").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_2").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_2").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_3").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_3"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_3").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_3").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_3").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_4").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_4"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_4").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_4").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_4").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_5").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_5"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_5").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_5").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_5").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_6").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_6"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_6").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_6").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_6").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_7").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_7"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_7").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_7").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_7").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_8").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_8"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_8").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_8").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_8").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_9").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_9"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_9").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_9").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_9").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_10").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_10"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_10").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_10").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_10").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_11").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_11"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_11").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_11").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_11").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_12").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_role_12"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_role_12").is(":checked")){ curriculums.push(jQuery("#646451460_role_12").val()); } else { curriculums.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_role_12").val(),curriculums) ,1 ); } }); jQuery(".646451460_curriculum-options").on("click", function(){ curriculums = []; jQuery.each(jQuery("input[name='646451460_curriculum_option']:checked"), function(){ curriculums.push(jQuery(this).val()); }); checkRole(); }); // start update jQuery("#646451460_label_google").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_tool_1"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_tool_1").is(":checked")){ tools.push(jQuery("#646451460_tool_1").val()); } else { tools.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_tool_1").val(),tools) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_managebac").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_tool_2"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_tool_2").is(":checked")){ tools.push(jQuery("#646451460_tool_2").val()); } else { tools.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_tool_2").val(),tools) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_seesaw").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_tool_3"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_tool_3").is(":checked")){ tools.push(jQuery("#646451460_tool_3").val()); } else { tools.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_tool_3").val(),tools) ,1 ); } }); jQuery("#646451460_label_others").on("click", function(){ var checkbox3 = jQuery("#646451460_tool_4"); checkbox3.prop("checked", !checkbox3.prop("checked")); if($("#646451460_tool_4").is(":checked")){ tools.push(jQuery("#646451460_tool_4").val()); } else { tools.splice($.inArray(jQuery("#646451460_tool_4").val(),tools) ,1 ); } }); jQuery(".646451460_tools-options").on("click", function(){ tools = []; jQuery.each(jQuery("input[name='646451460_tools_option']:checked"), function(){ tools.push(jQuery(this).val()); }); checkTool(); }); // end update fields.forEach(field => { jQuery(`#form-646451460-${field}-error`).css("visibility", "hidden"); }); fields.forEach(field => { jQuery(`#form-646451460-${field}`).focusout(function() { verifyField(field); }); }); fields.forEach(field => { jQuery(`#form-646451460-${field}`).on("input", function() { verifyField(field); }); }); function verifyField(fieldName) { fieldValue = jQuery(`#form-646451460-${fieldName}`).val(); if((fieldName == "name" && fieldName != "") || (fieldName == "email" && fieldName != "")){ fieldValue = fieldValue.trim(); } var notValid = fieldValue == ""; // if (fieldName == "content") { // fieldValue = jQuery(`#form-646451460-${fieldName}`) // .children(":selected") // .val(); // console.log(fieldValue); // notValid = !fieldValue || fieldValue == "" || fieldValue=="Please select" || fieldValue.length <= 1 ; // } else { // notValid = notValid || fieldValue.length <= 1; // } if (fieldName == "email") { notValid = notValid || !IsEmail(fieldValue); } if (notValid) { jQuery(`#form-646451460-${fieldName}`).css("border", "solid 1px #f75961"); jQuery(`#form-646451460-${fieldName}-error`).css("visibility", "visible"); fieldData[fieldName] = ""; } else { jQuery(`#form-646451460-${fieldName}`).css("border", "solid 1px #797979"); jQuery(`#form-646451460-${fieldName}-error`).css("visibility", "hidden"); fieldData[fieldName] = fieldValue; } return !notValid; } jQuery("#646451460should_receive_update").click(function() { verifyCheckbox(); }); function verifyCheckbox() { fieldData["shouldReceiveUpdate"] = jQuery("#646451460should_receive_update").is( ":checked" ); } // start update jQuery("#646451460should_receive_event_update").click(function() { verifyWhatsAppCheckbox(); }); function verifyWhatsAppCheckbox() { fieldData["shouldReceiveWhatsAppUpdate"] = jQuery("#646451460should_receive_event_update").is( ":checked" ); } // end update function IsEmail(email) { var regex = /^([a-zA-Z0-9_\.\-\+])+\@(([a-zA-Z0-9\-])+\.)+([a-zA-Z0-9]{2,4})+$/; if (!regex.test(email)) { return false; } else { return true; } } function IsUrl(url) { var regex = /^(https?:\/\/)?(www\.)[-a-zA-Z0-9@:%._\+~#=]{2,256}\.[a-z]{2,4}\b([-a-zA-Z0-9@:%_\+.~#?&//=]*)|(https?:\/\/)?(www\.)?(?!ww)[-a-zA-Z0-9@:%._\+~#=]{2,256}\.[a-z]{2,4}\b([-a-zA-Z0-9@:%_\+.~#?&//=]*)$/; if (!regex.test(url)) { return false; } else { return true; } } // start new update jQuery(".646451460_show_school label").click(function(event) { if ($("#646451460_demo_candidate").prop("checked") || $("#646451460_demo_authorized").prop("checked")) { jQuery("#646451460_yourschool_role_error").css("display", "none"); } }); jQuery("#646451460_your_tools").on("change keyup paste", function(){ jQuery("#646451460_tool_error").css("display", "none"); }); // end new update jQuery("#646451460_form_button").click(function(event) { event.preventDefault(); const results = fields.map(field => { return verifyField(field); }); // start new update if($("#646451460_role_1").is(":checked") || $("#646451460_role_3").is(":checked") || $("#646451460_role_5").is(":checked")){ if ($("#646451460_demo_candidate").prop("checked") || $("#646451460_demo_authorized").prop("checked")) { console.log("345"); jQuery("#646451460_yourschool_role_error").css("display", "none"); } else{ jQuery("#646451460_yourschool_role_error").css("display", "block"); return false; } }; var role_new = jQuery(".role-new #select-selected").text(); console.log("rolenew:"+role_new); if(role_new == "Please select" || role_new == "Please selectPlease select" || role_new == "Please selectPlease selectPlease select"){ jQuery("#646451460-role-error").css("display", "block"); console.log("error"); return false; } else{ jQuery("#646451460-role-error").css("display", "none"); } // end new update const allValid = results.filter(item => !item).length == 0; if(curriculums.length <= 0){ jQuery(".download-form-loading").css("display", "none"); jQuery("#646451460_role_error").css("display", "block"); jQuery("#646451460-alertBox").fadeIn(300); setTimeout(function() { jQuery("#646451460-alertBox").fadeOut(300); }, 3000); return; } else { jQuery("#646451460_role_error").css("display", "none"); } // start new update tools = jQuery("#646451460_your_tools").val(); if(tools == ""){ jQuery("#646451460_tool_error").css("display", "block"); jQuery("#646451460_tool_error").css("visibility", "visible"); return false; } else { jQuery("#646451460_tool_error").css("display", "none"); } // end new update if (!allValid) { jQuery("#646451460-alertBox").fadeIn(300); setTimeout(function() { jQuery("#646451460-alertBox").fadeOut(300); }, 1500); return false; } // start new update console.log(111); let whatsapp_no = ""; let should_receive_event_update = ""; // end new update console.log(333); let blog_url = jQuery("#form-blog-url").val(); let resource_url = jQuery("#form-resource-url").val(); let resource_name = jQuery("#form-resource-name").val(); let poster_image = jQuery("#form-poster-image").val(); let poster_color = jQuery("#form-poster-color").val(); let should_receive_update = jQuery("#646451460should_receive_update").is( ":checked" ); fieldData["shouldReceiveUpdate"]=should_receive_update; fieldData["shouldReceiveWhatsAppUpdate"]=should_receive_event_update; // start update fieldData["curriculum"]= curriculums; fieldData["tools"]= tools; // start update fieldData["whatsapp_no"]= whatsapp_no; // start update fieldData["your_school"]= your_school; // start update fieldData["school"]= jQuery("#646451460watch_form_school_select option:selected").text(); var utmData = localStorage.getItem("learnUtmUrl"); var data = { ...(fieldData || {}), blogUrl:window.location.href, url: resource_url, utmData:utmData, title:resource_name, posterImage:poster_image, posterColor:poster_color, shouldReceiveUpdate:should_receive_update, shouldReceiveWhatsAppUpdate:should_receive_event_update, // start update your_school:your_school, // start update tools:tools, // start update whatsapp_no : whatsapp_no, // start update type:"WEBINAR_WATCH",curriculum:curriculums }; jQuery(".download-form-loading").css("display", "flex"); $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "https://apigw.toddleapp.com/auth/website/learnRegistration", data: JSON.stringify(data), contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8", crossDomain: true, dataType: "json", success: function(data, status) { localStorage.setItem("userDataNew", JSON.stringify(fieldData)); localStorage.setItem("userData", JSON.stringify(fieldData)); jQuery(".download-modal-container").fadeOut(100); jQuery(".download-modal-container").css("display", "none"); jQuery(".video-button-wrapper").fadeOut(100); jQuery(".video-wrapper").css("z-index","9"); jQuery(".bg-modal").fadeOut(100); jQuery("body").css("overflow-y", "auto"); jQuery(".video-button-wrapper").css("display", "none"); var iframe = jQuery("#646451460_video"); var player = new Vimeo.Player(iframe); console.log(player); player.play(); }, error: function(status) { jQuery(".download-form-loading").css("display", "none"); jQuery("#646451460-alertBox").text("Something went wrong"); jQuery("#646451460-alertBox").fadeIn(300); setTimeout(function() { jQuery("#646451460-alertBox").fadeOut(300); }, 3000); } }); return true; }); var allschools = ["test", "test 2"]; if ((jQuery.inArray(fieldData["school"], allschools) == -1)){ var data1 = { country: fieldData["country"], school_name: fieldData["school"] }; var json1 = JSON.stringify(data1); $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "https://apigw.toddleapp.com/auth/website/addNewSchool", data: json1, contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8", dataType: "json", success: function(msg) { console.log(json1); console.log("called new school"); }, error: function(status) { console.log("called new school with error"); } }); } });

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In a conceptually-driven classroom, we shift from a focus on knowledge towards the development of enduring, evolving, and transferable meaning-making. Related concepts provide depth to an inquiry. They give insight into how the disciplines might be used as a tool for solving the problems we have identified in the transdisciplinary theme. Related concepts are often misunderstood, and many educators new to the PYP often struggle with identifying relevant related concepts for their units.

In this Educator Tips video series, watch educator Cindy Blackburn explain the role of related concepts and how you might use them to think through your unit of inquiry.

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  • The important role of related concepts
  • Examples of related concepts within units
  • Resources for further exploring related concepts

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What are the key related concepts of IB PYP? ›

The PYP consists of 8 key concepts, namely: Form, Function, Causation, Change, Connection, Perspective, Responsibility and Reflection. Key question​ What is it like? Definition​ The understanding that everything has a form with recognizable features that can be observed, identified, described and categorized.

What are the 5 essential elements of PYP? ›

IB PYP Essential Elements. To achieve a balance in learning, the PYP emphasizes the five parts of the curriculum which are called the Essential Elements of the curriculum. These five elements are CONCEPTS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ATTITUDES and ACTION.

What are the qualities of an IB PYP teacher? ›

Ideal Characteristics of an ISPP Teacher
  • IB Learner Profile. As all community members are learners the IB learner profile can be viewed through the eyes of all stakeholders including students, teachers and parents. ...
  • Inquirers. ...
  • Knowledgeable. ...
  • Thinkers. ...
  • Communicators. ...
  • Principled. ...
  • Open-Minded. ...
  • Caring.

What are the 6 units of inquiry? ›

There are six units of inquiry at each grade level, under the following transdisciplinary themes:
  • Who we are.
  • Where we are in place and time.
  • How we express ourselves.
  • How the world works.
  • How we organize ourselves.
  • Sharing the planet.

What are the 5 transdisciplinary skills? ›

There are five transdisciplinary skills students develop as they involve themselves in the learning environment.
  • Thinking Skills.
  • Research Skills.
  • Self-management Skills.
  • Communication Skills.
  • Social Skills.

What are the 5 ATL skills? ›

  • 5 Categories of ATL Skills: Thinking Skills Communication. Skills. Self. Management. Skills. Research Skills. Social Skills.
  • 6 Approaches to Teaching: Based on inquiry. Focused on. conceptual. understanding. Developed in. local and global. contexts. Focused on. effective. teamwork and. collaboration. Differentiated to. meet the needs.

What are the 6 PYP themes? ›

Inquiry into orientation in place and time; personal histories; homes and journeys; the discoveries, explorations and migrations of humankind; the relationship between and the interconnectedness of individuals and civilizations, from local and global perspectives.

What are the 12 attitudes of PYP? ›

The attitudes include: respect, tolerance, confidence, curiosity, empathy, enthusiasm, integrity, cooperation, commitment, independence, creativity, and appreciation.

What are the three pillars of PYP? ›

The pillars of the PYP curriculum framework

The transdisciplinary model extends across all three pillars of the PYP curriculum framework—the learner, learning and teaching, and the learning community.

What are the responsibilities of PYP homeroom teacher? ›

The role of teachers in PYP is to provide learners with authentic learning engagements, differentiated learning experiences in a socially, emotionally, and physically safe environment. BES teachers consider themselves learning designers so that students are at the center of a learning journey.

What is the role of the teacher in the PYP? ›

The main role of the classroom teacher is to maximise student learning and development through the planning, preparation and teaching of the curriculum to meet students' individual learning needs and achieve specific student outcomes.

What are the 5 basic modes of inquiry? ›

The five Modes of Inquiry are: Analysis & Critique [AC], Creative Process & Production [CP], Historical & Social Inquiry [HS], Scientific Reasoning [SR], and Quantitative & Formal Reasoning [QF].

What are the 5 steps of inquiry method? ›

We identified five general inquiry phases: Orientation, Conceptualization, Investigation, Conclusion, and Discussion.

What are the skills in PYP? ›

Listening to others, following directions and taking in information. Speaking. Speaking with clarity, speaking in front of groups, expressing ideas clearly. Reading:Reading different sources, understanding the content and coming to conclusions.

What is transdisciplinary in simple words? ›

It is the art of combining several sciences in one person. A transdisciplinary is a scientist trained in various academic disciplines.

What is the difference between interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary? ›

Integrating knowledge and methods from different disciplines, using a real synthesis of approaches. Transdisciplinary: Creating a unity of intellectual frameworks beyond the disciplinary perspective.

What does ATL mean in PYP? ›

These are known as the Approaches to Learning (ATL). The approaches to learning are designed so pupils can learn how to learn. This is an important part of the PYP process, as learning how to learn with enthusiasm and an inquisitive, interdisciplinary nature is a key part of the IB.

What are the approaches to teaching in IB? ›

In all IB programmes, teaching is: Based on inquiry. A strong emphasis is placed on students finding their own information and constructing their own understandings. Focused on conceptual understanding.

What are the IB attributes? ›

IB learners strive to become inquirers, knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, principled, open- minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced and reflective. These attributes represent a broad range of human capacities and responsibilities that go beyond intellectual development and academic success.

What are the IB PYP attitudes? ›

IB-PYP Attitudes
AppreciationThey appreciate the wonder and beauty of the world and its people
RespectRespecting themselves, others and the world around them
ToleranceFeeling sensitivity towards differences and diversity in the world and being respectful to the needs of others
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What are the 7 key themes? ›

The Seven Key Themes
  • Key Theme 1. Patterns of Population.
  • Key Theme 2. Economic Networks and Exchange.
  • Key Theme 3. Uses and Abuses of Power.
  • Key Theme 4. Haves and Have-Nots.
  • Key Theme 5. Expressing Identity.
  • Key Theme 6. Science, Technology, and the Environment.
  • Key Theme 7. Spiritual Life and Moral Codes.

What is the philosophy of PYP? ›

It prioritizes people and their relationships to build a strong learning community. PYP students use their initiative to take responsibility and ownership of their learning.

What are the 3 key elements of the psychological attitude? ›

Typically, attitudes are favorable or unfavorable: positive or negative (Eagly & Chaiken, 1993). And, they have three components: an affective component (feelings), a behavioral component (the effect of the attitude on behavior), and a cognitive component (belief and knowledge) (Rosenberg & Hovland, 1960).

What are the 3 components of attitude? ›

Attitudes have three components: Cognitive, affective, and behavioral intentions.

What are the 4 components of attitude? ›

The main components of attitude are cognitive, affective, and behavioral, which means they incorporate thoughts, feelings, and actions.

What is the difference between classroom teacher and homeroom teacher? ›

In India homeroom is the class in which the students study. Besides, it is often called a classroom. Apart from that, a homeroom teacher is your class teacher who is responsible for all the class activities. Homeroom is also a period.

What does an IB PYP coordinator do? ›

Provides coordination, coaching and support to classroom teachers to ensure the continuous development and effective implementation of the IB framework appropriate to grade level and subject assignment among assigned teachers.

What is transdisciplinary learning in the PYP program? ›

Transdisciplinary learning enables your child to build concepts and skills across subject areas, rather than studying subjects in isolation. Subjects are distinct, yet interconnected, allowing for a holistic learning experience in which students apply what they're learning in a variety of contexts.

What is the hardest IB class in high school? ›

Which Courses Make the HARDEST IB Diploma?
  • English A Literature HL - Average Score: 4.67.
  • Spanish AB. ...
  • History HL - Average Score: 4.29.
  • Chemistry SL - Average Score: 4.01.
  • Math Studies SL - Average Score: 4.17.
  • Visual Arts HL - Average Score: 4.26.
  • Individuals and Societies - Average Score: C.
  • Average Score: C.

Is IB PYP worth it? ›

According to studies, students who undergo the IB PYP are better at Math Literacy, Reading, Narrative Writing and Expository Writing in the International Schools' Assessment (ISA) compared to their non-IB peers across Asia, Oceania, Europe, Americas and Africa.

How is IB PYP different from traditional? ›

The IB PYP requires students to do a research project called the PYP Exhibition, while IB MYP students must do a Personal Project and IB DP students must write an in-depth research paper and complete a project, which typically involves community service.

What are the 9 teacher roles? ›

9 Roles For The Teacher That Leads
  • Process Facilitator. for producing, assessing, developing, creating, revisiting, revising.
  • Lead Learner. ...
  • Safe Environment Manager. ...
  • Relationship Enabler & Builder. ...
  • Technology Tutor. ...
  • Tour Guide Of Learning Possibilities. ...
  • Facilitator Feedback. ...
  • Normalizer.
Aug 18, 2019

What is the action element of PYP? ›

In the PYP, 'Taking Action' is broken into five essential elements: Participation, Advocacy, Social Justice, Social Entrepreneurship and Lifestyle Choices. These ideas have been put together to support these elements of action, and to encourage learners to take meaningful action to make a difference in the world.

What is the purpose of assessment in PYP? ›

Assessments in the IB PYP are also effective because they are opportunities to ensure different learning styles are recognised and rewarded. Assessments are a source of information for teachers to observe and understand each student better so they can personalise their approach to cater to individual learning needs.

What are some good inquiry questions? ›

What do I want to know about this topic? How do I know I know it? What kinds of resources might help? How do I know the info is valid?

What are the 3 types of inquiry questions? ›

There are four forms of inquiry that are commonly used in inquiry-based instruction:
  • Confirmation inquiry. Learners are given a question, as well as a method, to which the end result is already known. ...
  • Structured inquiry. ...
  • Guided inquiry. ...
  • Open inquiry.
Jun 18, 2014

What is an example of a teacher inquiry question? ›

What new learning might help me? Is there something I need to change about how I teach them? What elements of my teaching practice do I need to alter to try to better meet the needs of my students? How can I modify my teaching approach?

What are the 5 E's of teaching? ›

What are the 5Es? o The 5Es represent five stages of a sequence for teaching and learning: Engage, Explore, Explain, Extend (or Elaborate), and Evaluate.

What are the 4 phases of inquiry-based learning? ›

The phases of inquiry-based learning can vary depending on context but generally include Interacting, Clarifying, Questioning, and Designing.

What are the 4 steps of inquiry? ›

The Instructional Leadership Inquiry Cycle has four phases: analyze evidence, determine a focus, implement and support and analyze impact.

What are the 3 stages of inquiry? ›

In general, all inquiry-based teaching follows three phases.
  • Phase 1: Formulating Questions and Initial Understandings. First, students are oriented to a problem, phenomena, or goal. ...
  • Phase 2: Exploration & Analysis. ...
  • Phase 3: Drawing Conclusions.
Jun 10, 2016

What are the 4 types of inquiry-based learning and example? ›

Inquiry-based learning has four types: confirmation, structured, guided, and open inquiry, and these student-led learning methods can be used for all subjects, from K-12 to higher ed.

What are the 7 key concepts IB literature? ›

Here are some ideas from author Brad Philpot to get your learners thinking about the seven key concepts: communication, creativity, perspective, representation, identity, culture and transformation.

What are related concepts in IB MYP design? ›

Related concepts may arise from the subject matter of a unit or the craft of a subject—its features and processes. For each unit, teachers identify two or more related concepts that extend learning, lead to deeper understanding, or offer another perspective from which to understand the identified key concept(s).

What are the key elements of an IB education? ›

  • communication skills—including skills such as written and oral communication, effective listening, ...
  • social skills—including areas such as forming and maintaining positive relationships, listening skills, ...
  • self-management skills—including both organizational skills, such as managing time and tasks, and.

What is a PYP concept? ›

The PYP offers an inquiry-based, transdisciplinary curriculum framework that builds conceptual understanding. It is a student-centered approach to education for children aged 3-12. It reflects the best of educational research, thought leadership and experience derived from IB World Schools.

How to get a 7 in IB lit? ›

  1. Develop a strong foundation. Having a strong English foundation with good vocabulary and grammar is the first step to getting a 7 in IB English. ...
  2. Learn how to analyse–properly. ...
  3. Your writing style is extremely important. ...
  4. Do Internal Assessments really well. ...
  5. PRAAACTICE for finals.
Feb 8, 2017

What are the 6 IB topics? ›

The six subject groups are:
  • Studies in language and literature.
  • Language acquisition.
  • Individuals and societies.
  • Sciences.
  • Mathematics.
  • The arts.
Aug 23, 2022

What are key concepts examples? ›

Often, the concepts chosen as 'key' are complex and abstract, such as 'place', 'chronology' or 'grammar'. However, they could also be simpler and concrete, such as 'crown', 'tree' or 'coin'.

What is the difference between key concepts and related concepts? ›

RELATED Concepts, grounded in specific disciplines, explore key concepts in greater detail, providing depth to the programme. They emerge from reflection on the nature of specific subjects and disciplines, providing a focus for inquiry into subject-specific content.

What are affective skills IB? ›

Affective skills are part of the ATL (Approaches to Learning) skills explicitly taught in IB schools and relate to attitudes that students need to learn in order to be effective in their personal and academic lives.

What is an IB conceptual question? ›

Conceptual inquiry questions encourage analysis and application, and do not lead students to a particular viewpoint or answer. These questions can prompt deeper inquiry into the key and related concepts, the relationships that exist between the concepts, and between the concepts and the contextual exploration.

What are the three pillars of IB? ›

Agency, self-efficacy and action.

What are the 3 extra points in IB? ›

Each subject is scored from 1-7, and up to 3 additional points may be awarded for TOK (Theory of Knowledge) essays and for the Extended Essay. A minimum of 24 points is required to obtain the IB Diploma while 45 points is the maximum.

What are the 3 points in IB? ›

IB Diploma Points
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