The PYP community is incredibly supportive! Educators freely exchange ideas and resources on digital platforms. However, not every school has discovered these treasure troves of PYP knowledge yet. Through this blog, we bring to you the most popular places where PYP educators meet, share, and learn.
Get social – join these groups to collaborate with PYP educators across the world!
One of the best things about being an IB educator is collaborating with fellow educators from around the world. We are one big family, helping and learning from each other, and having fun while at it! In the spirit of bringing our family even closer, we’ve put together this list of groups and forums that you MUST be – because you’d simply love to be – a part of. Feel free to join these and ask any questions you may have! 😁
The 3 most popular PYP communities:
- PYP Coordinators: Join 4,000+ fellow PYP Coordinators to share resources and ideas to implement the PYP better.
- PYP Online Collaboration: Connect with 12,000+ PYP educators to share classroom resources.
- PYP Teachers – let’s share some ideas: Meet 23,000+ PYP educators and exchange ideas, tips, and classroom resources.
Build your PD calendar with resources from Toddle Learn
Toddle conducts high-quality professional development sessions for PYP educators, completely free of cost! You can access all of these resources on our website. Pick your favourites and add them to your PD calendar so your teachers can develop a deeper understanding of the IB.
Access high-quality transdisciplinary and subject-specific units at Toddle Community
Created by PYP educators, for PYP educators, Toddle Community is the ultimate library of high-quality units and learning experiences. All units adhere to the enhanced PYP planner and are well distributed across age groups, transdisciplinary themes, and subjects. Not to mention, you can access these units for free!
We can’t wait for educators to discover each other’s prowess and raise the bar for education! That’s our hope for this blog and the future! 😇
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