Who is in control? Letting go of the learning in I&S units
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Andrew Mitchell
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About the talk

Join this engaging MYP Individuals and Societies (I&S) talk with experienced educator and school leader, Andrew Mitchell, to explore incorporating student choice and agency in I&S units. Delve into why they are important, how they might be created and how you could use your units and assessment tasks to explore the possibilities of letting go.

Highlights you don’t want to miss

  • Analyse how I&S inquiries could foster student agency
  • Explore how learning experiences and assessments in I&S units incorporate student choice and agency
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Andrew Mitchell
Head of IB Programmes/Teacher, BEPS International School

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Andrew Mitchell
Andrew Mitchell has over 20 years of experience as a teacher in Australia, Japan, Thailand, China, Belgium, UK across a wide variety of curricula and systems. Andrew has a passion for the humanities having studied Philosophy and Classics, and taught Group 3 subjects and TOK across the MYP and DP. Andrew is convinced that learning should happen everywhere, and be the driver of all decisions made in schools. Student agency has become an important part of the learning experiences Andrew creates and he is excited to continue exploring this in his practice.
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Who is in control? Letting go of the learning in I&S units
Join this engaging Individuals and Societies session with experienced educator and school leader, Andrew Mitchell, to explore experiences incorporating student choice and agency. Delve into why they are important, how they might be created and how you could use your units and assessment tasks to explore the possibilities of letting go.