#pypbookstudy · Discussions · Professional Development · PYP · Social Media

Introducing #pypbookstudy slow chats

Our book study group for PYP teachers has been in action for one year already. During that time, PYP teachers from all over the world have been reading, learning and chatting together. It has been a wonderful collaboration and highly beneficial. I am the proud facilitator of the group and I would love to see… Continue reading Introducing #pypbookstudy slow chats

Behaviour · Child Development · Discussions · Hidden Curriculum · International-mindedness · PYP · Religious Education

Character education: why hide the ‘hidden curriculum’?

I have been inspired by my colleague’s blog post this week. Dickie Wada-Thomas thoughtfully reflected on the Manchester terror attack and the vital importance of the PYP Attitudes. You can read his post here. While you’re there, follow his new blog for regular updates. On that awful day, my social media feeds were full of… Continue reading Character education: why hide the ‘hidden curriculum’?

Ed Tech · Guest Blogging · PYP

The role of technology in the PYP (Guest post for ‘EdTech 4 Beginners’)

EdTech 4 Beginners is one of my favourite blogs to follow. The brains behind it, Neil Jarret, is someone who I enjoy connecting with and learning from. Follow him on Twitter @edtechneil. Neil is curious about the PYP (Primary Years Programme of the International Baccalaureate) and the role that technology plays in achieving its aims. He… Continue reading The role of technology in the PYP (Guest post for ‘EdTech 4 Beginners’)