Gearing up for MYP Projects: Community project
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Nadia Abdallah
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The MYP projects are an opportunity for students to engage in self-directed learning, exploring areas of interest through a cycle of inquiry, action and reflection. Through these explorations, students also demonstrate and strengthen their ATL skills. At this Toddle Talk, you’d get to understand your role as a project supervisor better. Take away actionable insights, and inquire into tools for fostering deep learning with projects. 

Session: Community project with Nadia Abdallah

The community project is the culminating project for MYP students in Year 3. Students work together to take action and serve their communities, building crucial life skills in the process. Join education consultant, Nadia Abdallah, as she delves deeper into introducing the IB MYP community project to students, and promoting authentic learning. 

In this session, you will:

  • Understand the assessment criteria and how you can support your students as a supervisor
  • Unpack the benefits of running community projects at your school
  • Collaboratively grade a community project

Related Resources
Check out the other track for Gearing up for MYP projects: Personal project with Patrick Ong.

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Nadia Abdallah
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Nadia Abdallah
Nadia Abdallah holds a B.A in English from Montclair State University, an M.A in Adult Education from the University of Phoenix and is currently working on a doctorate in TESOL Education at the University of Exeter. Nadia is also an IB workshop leader and examiner and a team visitor for the Council of International Schools (CIS). She has published articles regarding standardized testing and bilingual education, and is a firm believer in equal access to education. With over 15 years of teaching and coaching experience, Nadia has held positions such as IB English teacher, IBMYP Coordinator and most recently, K-12 Director of Teaching and Learning, Chair of the CIS Committee, Head of the English Department (K-12) and MYP Principal. Currently, Nadia is using her expertise as an educator to integrate Artificial Intelligence with various international curricula in her new role at Knowledge AI.
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Gearing up for MYP Projects: Community project
Session 2: Community project with Nadia Abdallah

The community project is the culminating project for MYP students in Year 3. Students work together to take action and serve their communities, building crucial life skills in the process. Join education consultant, Nadia Abdallah, as she delves deeper into introducing the IB MYP community project to students, and promoting authentic learning