MYP Jan 2002

Information about MYP Jan 2002

Published on October 23, 2007

Author: Spencer

Source: authorstream.com

Content

Slide1:  Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide2:  A five-year programme Academic challenge and life skills Middle Years Programme (MYP) © IBO 2002 For students aged 11 to 16:  For students aged 11 to 16 A critical phase of personal and intellectual development A time of uncertainty, sensitivity, resistance and questioning Middle Years Programme (MYP) © IBO 2002 Promotes:  discipline creativity skills flexibility Promotes Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 A personal value system:  A personal value system by which students can guide their own lives . . . Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide6:  . . . and become thoughtful members of local communities and the larger world Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Intercultural awareness central to the programme :  Intercultural awareness central to the programme © IBO 2002 Slide8:  based on the premise that education can foster understanding among young people around the world © IBO 2002 Slide9:  enabling future generations to live more peacefully and productively than we do today © IBO 2002 The MYP embraces but transcends traditional school subjects :  The MYP embraces but transcends traditional school subjects Flexible framework Schools may organize subjects in different ways Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 The IBO offers schools . . .:  flexibility for languages of instruction and languages taught if schools consult with the IBO and meet certain conditions The IBO offers schools . . . Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide12:  The IBO validates the school’s assessment standards at the school’s request The IBO does not set or mark examinations Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 The MYP in brief:  The MYP in brief Technology The MYP provides a thorough study of various disciplines It accentuates their interrelatedness It acknowledges the role of the disciplines and transdisciplinary study Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 The disciplines and further study:  The IBO recognizes the importance of respecting the independence and integrity of each discipline as students prepare to do further studies The disciplines and further study Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 The curriculum:  The curriculum © IBO 2002 The curriculum:  areas of interaction these five perspectives are at the core of the MYP approaches to learning community service health and social education environment Homo faber The curriculum Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 areas of interaction :  areas of interaction are themes, not subjects pervade and recur throughout the five years Middle Years Programme The curriculum © IBO 2002 areas of interaction through the subjects :  and also through interdisciplinary teaching and projects whole school activities the MYP personal project Middle Years Programme areas of interaction through the subjects The curriculum © IBO 2002 personal project:  personal project an independent piece of work the culmination of the student’s involvement with the five areas of interaction Middle Years Programme The curriculum © IBO 2002 personal project topic chosen in consultation with teachers :  personal project topic chosen in consultation with teachers It may take the form of an essay an artistic production other form of expression Middle Years Programme The curriculum © IBO 2002 Slide21:  Middle Years Programme Academic disciplines: the 8 subject groups The curriculum © IBO 2002 Slide22:  The Academic Disciplines Academic disciplines: the subject groups Middle Years Programme language A: the student’s best language, usually the school’s language of instruction The curriculum © IBO 2002 language A Slide23:  The Academic Disciplines humanities: history and geography Middle Years Programme Academic disciplines: the subject groups The curriculum © IBO 2002 language A humanities Slide24:  technology: computer technology and design technology Middle Years Programme Academic disciplines: the subject groups The curriculum © IBO 2002 language A humanities technology Slide25:  The Academic Disciplines mathematics: Course that includes the five branches of mathematics: number, algebra, geometry and trigonometry, probability and statistics, discrete mathematics Middle Years Programme Academic disciplines: the subject groups The curriculum © IBO 2002 language A humanities technology mathematics Slide26:  The Academic Disciplines arts: visual arts performing arts Middle Years Programme Academic disciplines: the subject groups The curriculum © IBO 2002 language A humanities technology arts mathematics Slide27:  The Academic Disciplines sciences: biology, chemistry, physics Middle Years Programme Academic disciplines: the subject groups The curriculum © IBO 2002 language A humanities technology arts sciences mathematics Slide28:  The Academic Disciplines physical education: course includes health and fitness individual and team sports Middle Years Programme Academic disciplines: the subject groups The curriculum © IBO 2002 language A humanities technology arts sciences physical education mathematics Slide29:  The Academic Disciplines language B: an additional modern language learned at school Middle Years Programme Academic disciplines: the subject groups The curriculum © IBO 2002 Slide30:  Academic disciplines and the 5 areas of interaction © IBO 2002 Evaluating the programme:  Evaluating the programme on-site evaluations by teams appointed by the IBO follows self-study at the school under the guidance of the IBO teams: IBO personnel, teachers who work with the MYP and professionals in education who are familiar with the programme Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 What the evaluation does:  What the evaluation does assesses the effectiveness of the delivery of the MYP at the school individual teachers or students are not assessed Evaluating the programme Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide33:  Assessing the student Middle Years Programme Middle Years Programme schools organize their own student assessment and reporting procedures, in accordance with the objectives of the programme © IBO 2002 Slide34:  teachers assess student work with guidance from the IBO prescribed, published criteria state final levels of achievement in each discipline Assessing the student Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Formative assessment special emphasis on it in the MYP:  Formative assessment special emphasis on it in the MYP used at different stages of the learning process Assessing the student Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide36:  Assessing the student Middle Years Programme Teachers: measure the progress of the student use formative assessment to adjust teaching plans and methods Students: do formative self-assessment of their work reflect on their own approaches to learning © IBO 2002 Slide37:  Provided by the IBO for students completing the programme accomplishments, noted during the assessment process, are recorded in the portfolio of achievement Middle Years Programme The portfolio of achievement © IBO 2002 In the portfolio:  The portfolio of achievement documents from the IBO papers and certificates from the school that reflect the local programme self-evaluation by the student Middle Years Programme In the portfolio © IBO 2002 The portfolio may also contain academic results and information about:  The portfolio may also contain academic results and information about community service the personal project extracurricular activities achievements in subjects not part of the MYP The portfolio of achievement Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide40:  schools often opt for a certificate, accompanied by a record of achievement MYP certificates are formal documents limited to schools that elect to have their own assessment of their students validated by the IBO The Middle Years Programme certificate Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide41:  and at the end . . . Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide42:  . . . MYP students are prepared emotionally and intellectually for the demands made on older students Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide43:  Education for life © IBO 2002 Slide44:  Middle Years Programme © IBO 2002 Slide45:  January 2002 © IBO Thank you to the following schools for supplying photos: Vienna International School, Austria Frankfurt International School, Germany St Mary’s, Nairobi, Kenya Casablanca International School, Morocco Gimnazija Bezigrad, Ljubljana, Slovenia Nogales High School, Arizona, USA Designer: Mary Tiegreen Produced by the corporate relations office, The International Baccalaureate Organization, Geneva, Switzerland © IBO 2002

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