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OLSP IPC for parents

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IPC Introduction
for Parents

Personal
Academic
International
The IPC Goals

Academic Goals

Personal Goals
International Goals
K, S, U
Enquiry
Adaptability
Resilience
Morality
Communication
Thoughtfulness
Co-operation
Respect

What are we educating our children for...?
21st Century
20th Century
What knowledge do you give them when Google has all the answers?
How do you give them what they need when their jobs have not been invented yet?
How do you prepare them when the average person of TODAY works 10-14 jobs by the time they are 38?
How do you prepare them culturally, socially and emotionally in an ever-changing, connected world?
How do you know what you
are teaching them will be relevant to their futures?
Learning Goals:
To know the aspects of the IPC goals
To understand the difference between knowledge, skills and understanding as academic goals.
To reflect British Values and how these are addressed through the IPC.
To know the basic structure of an IPC unit.
To explore some IPC units.
Knowledge Harvest
Entry point
Engages EVERYONE with the
theme/unit
Learning Tasks
Exit Point
A way to consolidate and celebrate the learning
in the unit
Parent Letter
The IPC Unit Timeline
Recognise their own culture
Are open-minded
Are respectful of and sensitive to other cultures and beliefs
Are able to recognise and celebrate diversity AND commonality
Have respect for and value other people and their ideas and opinions
Are able to communicate with a wide range of people
Are adaptable
Are aware of and have an interest in global issues

Independence and Interdependence
Knowledge
Skills
Understanding
Children will know
Children will be able to
Children will understand/reflect on
Explaining the theme
What do I know?
What do I think I know?
What do I want to learn?
It's important that the children know what they
will be doing for the unit and the associated learning tasks
Teacher as deliverer of knowledge.
One size fits all education.
Definite amount and structure to curriculum to teach.
Testing as assessment.
Teacher as facilitator.
Self - directed learning allowed
Group work, as well as differentiated work.
Technology as a tool to help learning.
A focus on "learning" rather than teaching.
Outdoor learning and use of community
Formative assessment as well as summative assessment
Knowledge:
is objective, factual, inarguable.
You "tell" knowledge. You test knowledge.
Skills:
you "do" skills. They take time to develop.
Skills develop in stages.
Understanding:
you "evaluate" understanding qualitatively. You need to infer from the student, is subjective. Hard to measure/quantify exactly. Evolves with time, never really ends.
To engage the students with the topic.
As an assessment of what they know.
To direct the learning journey ahead.
To refer to during the unit and add information, and resolve questions asked.


The IPC
The IPC is now the curriculum choice of international and national schools in over 1,600 schools in 92 countries around the world.
The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) is a comprehensive, thematic, creative curriculum for 3-11 year olds, with a clear process of learning and with specific learning goals for every subject, for international mindedness and for personal learning.
Thematic units are 3-8 weeks long. In a year you will cover roughly 4-6 units.
Entry Point
The unit tasks for each
subject is done in relation to the
theme.
In the unit "Flowers and Insects" Year 1
In Science we will examine what plants
need to grow through an experiment.
We will learn about different insects, their body structure, and life cycle.
In art we will draw still life paintings.
In music we will listen to music inspired by insects.
In International we look at flowers and insects around the world.
Milepost 1
(ages 5-7)
Milepost 2
(ages 7-9)
Milepost 3
(ages 9-12)
Covers 10 subjects: Science, Geography, History, Art, Music, Society, Technology, ICT, Physical Education, International.
Assessment
Summative Assessment
Formative Assessment
Assessment for Learning focuses on the Skills in each subject to be assessed across the milepost (2-3 years). Includes rubrics for determining level (beginning, developing, mastering).
Challenges
Automation
Abundance of Information
A global village
IPC in a Nutshell
Young Entrepreneurs (Year 4): Can you sell what's in the box?
Up and away (Early Years):
Flight simulation
In Year 4 "Young Entreprenuers"
In Geography we will be learning about currencies around the world. In History we will be learning about the history of money and transactions. In Society we will look at local and international businesses. In Technology and Design we will be designing, marketing, making and selling our own products.
In Year 3 Seeing the light"
In Science we will look at how light is necessary
for sight, how the sun is important for life on earth. In Geography we will look at how day
and night differ from place to place. In Art we will look at how to portray light and dark places.
Thank You
IPC (3-11)
IMYC (11-15)
IB (16-18)
British Values and the IPC
In 2011, the government defined British Values as democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect
and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs. We promote these values through our own school values, curriculum
and enrichment activities.
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