Spell Bee: Halloween Edition

Our MYP 5 learners, Annya Mohanty, Anmol Malik, Ankitha Ganeshan and Vanshi Bagri demonstrated high levels of Imagination, Individuality and Independence when they planned a Spell Bee initiative for the students of Grade 1 and 2. They collaborated effectively and conducted the entire event with a lot of enthusiasm and confidence. The young learners were […]

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Establishing a culture of thinking in the classroom

“Learning is a creation. Not consumption. Knowledge is not something a learner absorbs. But something a learner creates.”- George Couros Learners remember more effectively when they can use skills to access, process, and express their knowledge. The groups in my class are collective, as well as individuals where thinking is valued, visible, and actively promoted. […]

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Learning engagements that make us think beyond

In Individual and Societies, we developed the timeless game of Snakes and Ladders applying our learning of Colonisation. This was a whole new experience for the team, where we put our points and understanding of colonialism in a creative way; a snakes and ladders board game! The snakes represent the negative aspects of colonisation; Constant […]

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Bringing labs into the virtual classrooms-Home Lab Experiments

‘We are born makers. We move what we’re learning from our heads to our hearts through our hands’ by Brene Brown. So true, hands-on and experiential learning gives students the opportunity to experience real-world situations. During these tough times, when everything is at a standstill, we the duo – teacher and students have not stopped […]

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