Discover diverse approaches
to reporting in the PYP with Anthology of Approaches to Progress Reports
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Often fraught with misconceptions, the Report Card or Progress Report is almost mystical. What is the right way to report? Is there one right way? How do we write these reports to communicate our approach to teaching and learning? Where do we look for authentic progress report samples? In this resource, we are going to dissect and bring forth diverse approaches to the last dimension – “reporting on learning”.

Designed with contributions from around the world, this resource will provide you with authentic perspectives and diverse examples of how PYP schools report on learning.

Use this resource to:

  • Explore diverse approaches to reporting in the PYP
  • Dissect sample reports to identify best practices
  • Discover ideas to make reporting valuable for your school community

Authors
Zita Joyce
PYP Coordinator, Stonehill International School
Mihai Catrinar
Experienced PYP Educator
Srinanda Gupta
Assistant Principal and PYP Coordinator, Dwight School London
Rezuan Chowdhury
Experienced PYP Educator

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Zita Joyce
Zita Joyce is currently the PYP co-ordinator at Stonehill International School, Bangalore. With a total of 13 years of experience in this role, she has successfully lead teaching teams across multiple countries including the UK, Slovakia, and Malaysia. As a co-ordinator, she strives to push her thinking abilities while offering her teams endless opportunities to collaborate and empower themselves to become agents of their own learning.
Mihai Catrinar
Mihai Catrinar is a passionate IB PE educator and workshop leader who enjoys taking students on a purposeful journey to self-improvement. As an IB educator he enjoys building meaningful and engaging learning environments for his students while integrating the latest technology. He holds a BA in Physical Education and a Master of Arts in Technology, Education and Learning. Mihai has over 14 years of international experience working in the Middle East and South-East Asia. In his current position, Mihai promotes student’s global awareness and understanding of sport values. He is a Learning that Transfers Endorsed Educator, where he promotes a culture of transfer with a growing team of like-minded educators from all around the world. Mihai blogs at FitnwitPE and he tweets @fitnwitpe
Srinanda Gupta
Srinanda is a passionate PYP educator and school leader with over 17 years of experience across many international schools. She is now fulfilling the role of the Assistant Principal and PYP Coordinator at Dwight School London. Her core beliefs about education are respecting young minds and nurturing them to think beyond the obvious. Srinanda enjoys spending time with children and listening to them. Having 'conversations' with children, taking the time out on a busy day to play tag, respecting their individual personalities and their work, showing them 'you care' are a few things she loves doing for her children. Srinanda never has Monday morning blues!
Rezuan Chowdhury
Rezuan is an IB facilitator at Abdul Kadir Molla International School, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He completed his Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration and began teaching in the IB in 2010. He believes in sharing and learning through research in education, and his articles “Impact of COVID on Online Teaching Platform: Study on IB Curriculum in Bangladesh” and "Impact of E learning in the education sector: Challenges and prospects of collaboration in remote learning” have been published in the USA and Malaysia respectively. He has led several student workshops globally and is passionate about making students agentic learners.
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Anthology of Approaches to Progress Reports
Often fraught with misconceptions, the Report Card or Progress Report is almost mystical. What is the right way to report? Is there one right way? How do we write these reports to communicate our approach to teaching and learning? Where do we look for authentic progress report samples? In this resource, we are going to dissect and bring forth diverse approaches to the last dimension - “reporting on learning”. Designed with contributions from around the world, this resource will provide you with authentic perspectives and diverse examples of how PYP schools report on learning.