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The IB MYP programme Overview

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The IB MYP programme Overview

Students achievements are assessed based on the objectives of each subject group, that includes:- Open-ended, problem solving activities,- Investigations,- Organized debates,- Hands-on experimentation,- Analysis and Reflection.

Eight subject groups of MYP:- Language Acquisition- Language and Literature- Individual and Societies- Sciences - Mathematics- Arts- Physical and Health Education- Design

The MYP aims to develop students who are:- Active learners- Internationally minded- Able to empathize with others- Have the intellect and skills to pursue lives of purpose and meaning.

* A challenging framework that encourages students to make practical connections between their studies and the real world.* Aims to develop active learners and internationally minded young people who can empathize with others and pursue lives of purpose and meaning.

What is the MYP?

The IB MYP Programme OverviewFarah Lestari

Curriculum

- Develop their potential,- Explore their own learning preferences,- Take appropriate risks,- Reflect on, and develop, a strong sense of personal identity.

MYP Offers Students Opportunities to

Any student aged 11 to 16 can study the International Baccalaureate® (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP)at schools that have been authorized to implement the programme.

Who Is the MYP for?

The programme promotes interdisciplinary study that helps students make important connections between academic subjects.Integrated teaching and learning helps students analyze complex issues and develop the habits of mind they need to participate in our increasingly interconnected world.

Interdisciplinary Learning

MYP Assessment

Developing Students in the MYP

The MYP requires at least 50 hours of teaching time for each subject group, in each year of the programme.

The MYP Curriculum Frameworks includes:- Approaches to Learning (ATL) helping students learn how to learn by developing skills for research, critical and creative thinking, communication, collaboration, and self- management.- Key and Related Concepts helping students explore big ideas that matter.- Global Contexts helping students understand the relevance and importance of their study for understanding their common humanity.

Integrated teaching and learning helps students analyze complex issues and develop the habits of mind they need to participate in our increasingly interconnected world.


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