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Exhibitions, the culminating learning experience of the PYP, hold a special place in every PYP classroom. It gives students an opportunity to take responsibility for their learning as they actively engage in planning, presenting and assessing learning. Designed by Cindy Blackburn, this guided, visual planner will help you scaffold each step of the exhibition process while giving students agency to take ownership of their learning.

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Cindy has created learning experiences and activities for you to unpack each step of the PYPx student planner. These tools will help your students from setting up for exhibition all the way to sharing their exhibition. Get them for free now on Toddle Community!

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How to use this resource:

  1. Download the editable student planner
  2. Edit sections to meet the needs of your students and school context
  3. Make copies for each student
  4. Assign the planner and begin using immediately
Author
Cindy Blackburn
PYP Coordinator, American School of Antananarivo, Madagascar
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Disclaimer - The ideas presented in this resource have been developed independently from and are not endorsed by the International Baccalaureate (IB).
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Cindy Blackburn
Cindy is an experienced PYP educator and is passionate about sharing her learnings in the form of visual, engaging, easy-to-access teaching and learning resources. She has worked internationally in PYP schools for over eight years and in pedagogical leadership for the past four in Albania, China, Thailand, and Madagascar. She is a believer in digital collaboration and loves connecting with teachers from around the world to share best practices.
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Guided PYPx Student Planner
Exhibitions, the culminating learning experience of the PYP, hold a special place in every PYP classroom. It gives students an opportunity to take responsibility for their learning as they actively engage in planning, presenting and assessing learning. Designed by Cindy Blackburn, this guided, visual planner will help you scaffold each step of the exhibition process while giving students agency to take ownership of their learning.