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Act.10: Developing a tool for assessment.

What would we like to include in our assessment?

Create a list of items that you would like to observe and assess during the exhibition process.
Add criteria for successful groupwork in your list as well.

Present to campus groups.



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Dear group members,
This group is going to be replaced with the following to incorporate more aspects of PYP implementation. Early years will be a focus of course as usual. Please join the other group.
Once you join the group, please introduce yourselves and possibly leave a question about IB PYP implementation that is currently bothering you :) We will see how we can help.
See you on the other side of the window.

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Debrief Act.3: Essential Features of Exhibition
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Act.4: Debrief - Organizing Exhibition
Homework
Please view the screen shots and post your key u7nderstandings as comments on this post.
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Glimpses
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Act.5: Debrief - Planning and Assessment
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Act.5: Developing an Exhibition Planner
Share the examples of how you did it last time.
Then access the sample planners and compare with what you need to add to the process of planner development this time.
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Sample Exhibition Planners are available on OCC. here is the direct link. Use your username and password to have a look.

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ACT.9:
Let us create a full plan of Exhibition in our campus groups to take back to our schools as a sample.
Step 1a: Create a Time line for Exhibition
Step 1b. Create a list of Human and/or other resources that will be needed for the Exhibition
Step 2: Create a Students' Guide. (Pages 7 - 10)
Step 3: Create a student-friendly PYP Planner (Pages 11 - 15)
Step 4: Create a guideline for the parents - Invite them for the workshop
Step 5: Create a list of local issues based on the standards that will match the chosen TD theme

Presentations to be made to the other campus groups.
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