MYP personal projects allow students to showcase and reflect on their learning in the last year of the IB MYP. The age-appropriate projects enable students to engage in practical and self-directed learning through a cycle of inquiry, action and reflection. Supporting students on this journey while keeping track of guidelines and criteria is no easy feat! Use our step-by-step supervisor handbook to better understand the expectations of your role as a personal project supervisor. Get actionable strategies for guiding your students and ready-to-use student support material.
What you’ll learn about:
Key responsibilities of a personal project supervisor
How to support students in inquiry, reflection and action stages of the project
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