PYP Springboard inquiry boxes can be used flexibly by teachers and students of the International Baccalaureate(R) Primary Years Programme, supporting a school's inquiry programme and the teaching of the units of inquiry. The Signs and Symbols Inquiry Box is for ages 3-6. It contains a collection of mixed-ability non-fiction books to enable students to practise research skills and explore their own lines of inquiry within the unit. The teacher's manual gives guidance and support offering: - Links to the appropriate transdisciplinary themes and skills, key concepts and PYP attitudes - Suggestions for central ideas - Questions to ask the students to provoke meaningful discussion and inquiry - Ideas for learning engagements - Flexible assessment sheets and research organisers - Formative and summative assessment ideas - Links to the learner profile - Links to other disciplinary concepts. To view the entire range of PYP products, click here
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Simon Davidson currently works as independent educational consultant, supporting schools with evaluation, leadership and curriculum development. He has had a variety of roles in international education, including founding the International School of Como as head teacher and working as a principal in Germany. He was editor of the book Taking the PYP Forward, with Steven Carber, which reviewed a wide variety of areas of current best practice for PYP schools. Sandrine Limbourg has over 10 years experience in international education and is currently a PYP Pre-Kindergarten teacher and team leader at St John's International School in Belgium. Aine Gahan is a PYP Pre-Kindergarten teacher at St John's International School in Belgium. She has over 20 years experience in international education and specialises in EAL for Pre-Kindergarten. She has worked within the PYP since its conception.
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Book Description Hodder Education, 2011. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # 9781444147476