a place to weave, unravel, and re-weave PYP threads into fabrics of communication with a choice of threads, colors, patterns, and textures
PYP Threads Members on the Web (Wikis and other web pages without RSS feeds)
The Library Media Center at Stanley Makowski ECC Council First Grade Shanghai Grade 5 Music Wiki SRIS Primary Library Wiki PYP Librarians Resources
ASF Mexico Lower School Library
RAKESS PYP Welcomes you...
Mrs. A's Kinders
Miss Miller's 4th Grade
Indonesian Music Teachers Society
Room 3 Page about the Auckland Harbor Bridge Wiki
Darrin Schumacher's Home Page
Team B Making a Difference
Welcome to Team B
PYP2B on LibraryThing
Pyp Learner Profile on LibraryThing
The World My Children Will Inherit Wiki
Here's a guide to the links at the top of this page:
NEW - There's a new tab "Sharing PYP practice". Clicking there will take you to a new blog from the IB PYP office intended for "Sharing examples of what PYP implementation looks like in IB World schools" Visit this new initiative from the PYP, leave a comment, and subscribe to the RSS feed.
When you click the Photos tab, you'll go to the Photos page for this ning. Hover your mouse over the Photos tab, and you'll see a link to a group on Flickr called "Illustrating the PYP". You're invited to join the group there, and post your photos.There's also a link to the Visible Thinking Group on Flickr, and to the Librarian Edge page on Flickr.
Hover your mouse over the Nings tab; you'll see links to other nings of interest to PYP people: the PYP Group on the Flat Classrooms ning, (started by Leigh Newton), Library 2.0, and Teacher Librarian, Talkabout Primary Languages, Art Education 2.0, K12 Online Conference, and Classroom 2.0 (a huge education ning, with more than 50,000 members, and 660 Groups!)
Hover your mouse over the Netvibes tab; you'll see a link to our PYP Threads Netvibes page of PYP Threads members' schools' websites, and to another Netvibes page with links to the Netvibes sites created by PYP Threads members.
The Diigo Group tab takes you to our home page at the social bookmark site Diigo.
The PYP Threads Daily tab is visible to members only. When you click on the tab, a new web page will open, and you'll see a newspaper-style page which organizes links shared on Twitter by PYP Threads members into an easy to read newspaper-style format.
In the left side bar, you'll find the RSS feed from our Diigo bookmarks page, a links lists of blogs and photo groups of PYP Threads people (let me know if you have a blog, photo gallery, video site, start page, etc., that you'd like linked here), and a feed of the Tweets of PYP folks who have listed Twitter accounts in their Profile Information. You can see the full page at Twitter.
A year 5 class at our school is looking for another class somewhere in the world for a Mystery Skype geography event! Neither class will know the other's location and, through questions that can be answered yes or no, will take turns asking questions, patterned after a lesson posted on Skype in the Classroom: https://education.skype.com/projects/4884-wheres-waldo
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Posted by Mary K. Marjerrison on May 17, 2013 at 3:00pm
Our school is organizing its very first Student led Conference. I would appreciate it very much if anyone could share a few feedback forms of students , parents etc. May be even a letter of invitation to be sent to parents.
Looking for your support
Posted by Purti Singh on May 15, 2013 at 2:46pm
Dear ColleaguesWe are working on developing an HWEO unit with a focus on the aspect of our appreciation of the aesthetic. I would greatly appreciate if someone could share a unit planner, CI or lines…Continue
We are currently reviewing how we oversee our integration based on recommendations we received recently.Currently we look to encourage integration across all specialist in all units. This has led to…Continue
A learning colleague of mine throughout a ripper of a comment at our last COETAIL (Certificate of Education Technology and Information Literacy) meeting at Yokohama International School. Now excuse…Continue
Morning Everyone,An area of the IB Bubble planner I have difficulty working with (as a coordinator) is section 4 where teachers place down a variety of suggested learning engagements, or activities…Continue
Started by Gareth Lee Haman in Units of Inquiry May 14.
Hi everyone,I was wondering if anyone had used a different way to assess the summative assessment other than a rubric. I'd like to give my kids (Grade 2) something less wordy to work with. Any…Continue
Just thought I`d share one of my posts from my blog to spark some discussion!At the risk of sounding unpopular and quite possibly ignorant, I for one will not be using an iPad anytime soon to enhance…Continue