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Assessment criteria in the MYP are powerful descriptors that can help us map and articulate inquiries, equipping teachers and students with ways to use subject-specific language more intentionally and explicitly.

These assessment criteria handouts provide students and teachers with tools, with language, and with media to structure interactions and construct meaningful dialogue. They can be used as learning and teaching garments for the walls or as classroom handouts.

You’ll learn to:

  • Frame learning objectives for lessons by explicitly connecting them to specific criteria strands
  • Create intentional links between assessment strands and inquiry questions
  • Empower your students to take ownership of their learning journey and self-monitor their progress
  • Create a language-rich visual learning environment

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Rafael Angel Mendoza
Rafael is an experienced IB continuum educator and is passionate about sharing his learnings in the form of visual, engaging, easy-to-access teaching and learning resources. He has worked in the 3 IB regions since 2005 as a Language and Literature and Language Acquisition teacher, department head and curriculum coordinator. Along with being an IB workshop leader, he has participated in the design of the Teacher Support Materials for the IB Middle Years Program (MYP) Next Chapter. In addition, Rafael is an independent concept-based learning trainer who loves to guide, support and empower students and teachers with these practices. He is a strong advocate of creating language-rich learning environments that help all learners participate in the classroom.
Assessment, Inquiry-based Learning
Visual MYP assessment criteria handouts
Assessment criteria in the MYP are powerful descriptors that can help us map and articulate inquiries, equipping teachers and students with ways to use subject-specific language more intentionally and explicitly. These Assessment Criteria Handouts provide students and teachers with tools, with language, and with media to structure interactions and construct meaningful dialogue.They can be used as learning and teaching garments for the walls or as classroom handouts that serve as a powerful instrument to