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MYP’s global contexts help ground our students’ conceptual understanding in a real life context. They connect our units to different scenarios, events and settings. The global context and its exploration help focus our units and act as a vehicle for student thinking and discussion. A great way to make the global contexts visible and help keep them top of mind for students is through having them displayed clearly in your classroom. To help you do just that, Toddle presents a set of eye-catching global context posters!

Use this resource to:

  • Quickly access the global contexts in your planning and teaching
  • Understand the precise terminology
  • Highlight the global context for your unit to your students

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Lenny Dutton
MYP Coordinator at the International School of Stuttgart, Germany

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Lenny Dutton
Lenny is the MYP Coordinator at the International School of Stuttgart, Germany. She has worked in the UK, America and Germany, as an ATL Coordinator, Personal Project Coordinator, Librarian and MYP Design teacher. She has published two MYP Design books and regularly shares her work on
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MYP Global Contexts Posters