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Mulgrave MS Faculty Workshop- Concept Based Teaching and Learning and Next Chapter Developments- January, 2013
Transcript of Mulgrave MS Faculty Workshop- Concept Based Teaching and Learning and Next Chapter Developments- January, 2013
Part I interdisciplinary key concepts that will be over-arching
subject-specific related concepts that will better align with the (DP) at a disciplinary level
replacement of the areas of interaction (AOI) with global contexts MYP: The Next Chapter
greater emphasis on approaches to learning(ATL) as a way to develop the IB learner profile attributes.
a culminating task to be completed by students in MYP schools where the programme ends at MYP year 3 or 4. Mandatory yearly moderation for PP.
New subject guides 2014. Assessment criteria will show consistency between subject groups in terms of criteria titles, number of criteria, achievement levels and grade boundaries. Approaches to Learning ATL to become part of all 3 programmes
Much stronger emphasis
Related to command terms
Divided into 5 skills areas common to PYP and DP:
2. Social skills (Collaboration)
5. Thinking 2012: The year of the concept 2013: The year of the context 2014: all PD aligns with MYP Next Chapter changes 2D Curriculum Traditional 2D curriculum is Content/Skills/Process 21st century 3D curriculum is:
Concepts/Content/ Skills/Processes/ Critical Thinking 3D Curriculum The 3rd Dimension Three-dimensional concept-based curriculum models value student inquiry and constructivist learning to create personal meaning where students can make connections and apply their learning in unfamiliar situations. Key Concepts Timeless, universal, abstract represented by one, maybe two words Key Concepts Across All MYP Subjects Key Concepts Related Concepts It encapsulates the intrinsic value of the disciplinary understanding.
Gives an answer to the question of why the subject-related content of a unit is being taught.
Shifts learning to a higher cognitive plane beyond a “topic”.
Becomes the vehicle for students’ inquiry into the essential, global, timeless ideas and the means to explore the essence of a subject. Using Key and Related Concepts: Examples The Next Chapter:
3 Waves of transition