About the Talk
For many, the share-out event at the end of the exhibition has often been the most memorable part of the PYP Exhibition. With its big display boards, student performances, rehearsed presentations and large community celebration, the event itself often shapes the process and gives the school community a sense that that is the most important part of the exhibition, when it’s really not. In this webinar, Lydia and Reyna share frameworks and strategies to make the virtual PYPx significant, relevant, and agentic. They emphasize the 5 P’s – prioritize, prepare, plan, participate, process to give teachers a structure that empowers them to lead a PYPx that is truly meaningful.
Deep dive into Lydia’s and Reyna’s frameworks and examples here.
- Learn to prioritize what matters when designing a virtual PYPx
- Emphasize process over product
- Discover Professional Learning Networks and Community Support