IB MYP programs around the world are connecting student globally through project-based learning with PenPals. In this webinar, we highlighted the benefits of global collaboration and featured global projects that align to each MYP content area.
This week, we hosted a webinar for PYP teachers & coordinators to highlight how PYP students around the world are connecting through PenPal Schools. If you weren't able to join us, check out a recording of the webinar!
This week, we were joined by Allison Starling, Director of Innovation at St. Gabriel's Catholic School in Texas, to learn more about her social & emotional learning campus. We discussed what makes social & emotional learning (SEL) authentic, and how to use global connections to leverage SEL. Check out a recording of the webinar below, and view the presentation to find great resources that you can use to bring more authentic SEL & global connections to your school!
In this week's webinar, we spoke with IB coordinator Jalpa Sheth from India to learn how global connections support IB programming. PYP, MYP, and DP students around the world have been developing international-mindedness and collaboration skills as they connect with authentic people and ideas from other countries. Jalpa shared tips and resources for bringing more global connections to your IB program! Check out the webinar recording (below), or view the slide deck presentation.
Last month, we hosted 2 webinars to help English language teachers learn more about connecting their students to practice language with other learners around the world. Whether your students are practicing their first language or learning a second, third, or even fourth language, connecting students with their peers around the world is a great way to practice language authentically!
Over 550 IB educators around the world signed up to learn more about global project-based learning with PenPal Schools!
During the webinar, educators had the chance to participate in a #GlobalPBL Twitter chat to connect and share resources. We discussed student agency, assessment, planning, and tips for teachers that are new to project-based learning.