Teaching big ideas in the MYP
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Tala Al-Massarweh
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About the talk:

This webinar has been designed for MYP educators and coordinators to share concrete strategies on “big ideas” or key concepts that drive the MYP. Explore how to prompt relevant connections and nurture deeper understanding among your students using timeless, universal concepts.

What you’ll learn

  • The what & why of concept-based education and its three dimensions
  • Bringing conceptual understanding to the MYP unit planning process
  • Strategies & examples for linking concepts and context to student inquiry
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Tala Al-Massarweh
IB consultant and programme leader

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Tala Al-Massarweh
Tala Al-Massarweh is an IB consultant and Programme Leader. She has been a certified Concept-based Curriculum and Instruction trainer and presenter since 2018. Over the last decade, she has led many workshops for IB MYP educators around the well, and has also served on the senior leadership teams for various schools.
Inquiry, MYP
Teaching big ideas in the MYP
This webinar has been designed for MYP educators and coordinators to share concrete strategies on "big ideas” or key concepts that drive the MYP. Explore how to prompt relevant connections and nurture deeper understanding among your students using timeless, universal concepts.