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Getting Going in MYP: Student Orientation

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Here are some general resources for helping students get oriented in the MYP. Click here to open full-size in GoogleSlides, with instructions in the speaker notes. The goal here is to provide some ideas and printables that can be used to help initiate students into MYP, in an enjoyable but informative way (and not launching right into “here’s how you’ll be assessed”).

Big thanks to Alison Yang for her ideas, discussion and posts (see here and here), and to Lenny Dutton for her creativity. If you have an idea to add, please let me know.

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I’ve also posted this to i-Biology with some ideas for MYP Science.

Author: Stephen

International Educator: Japan & Indonesia via the UK and soon to be China. Science educator, Learning & EdTech Coach. Twitterist (@sjtylr), dad and bloggerer. MA International Education. Experienced Director of Learning & MYP Coordinator. Find out more: https://sjtylr.net/about. Science site: http://i-biology.net.

2 thoughts on “Getting Going in MYP: Student Orientation

  1. Stephen and team,
    Many , many thanks for these great ideas.
    So much appreciated in this busy time of development.

    Please would you send any further emails to sucowland@gmail.com I am retiring from this job but if you need any assistance with developments in Bio /MYP teaching I would be happy to help.

    Many thanks,

    Su

    From: Wayfinder Learning Lab
    Reply-To: Wayfinder Learning Lab
    Date: Wednesday, 6 June 2018 at 9:45 AM
    To: Su COWLAND
    Subject: [New post] 2954

    Stephen posted: “Here are some general resources for helping students get oriented in the MYP. Click here to open full-size in GoogleSlides. The goal here is to provide some ideas and printables that can be used to help initiate students into MYP, in an enjoyable but info”

    • Hi Su – thanks for the comment! I think you are getting emails because you subscribed at some point. (I think) There will be an option to change your settings in the email you got alert from WordPress.

      Warmest regards and enjoy your retirement!

      Stephen

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