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Standards and Practices January 2011. Standard: C1Practice: 1.a Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s).

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1 Standards and Practices January 2011

2 Standard: C1Practice: 1.a Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection addresses the requirements of the programme(s) Collaborative planning and reflection includes the integration of theory of knowledge in each subject. Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

3 Standard: C1Practice: 1.b Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection addresses the requirements of the programme(s) Collaborative planning and reflection explores connections and relations between subjects and reinforces knowledge, understanding and skills shared by the different disciplines. Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

4 Standard: C1Practice: 2 Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection takes place regularly and systematically. Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

5 Standard: C1Practice: 3 Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection addresses vertical and horizontal articulation. Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

6 Standard: C1Practice: 4 Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection ensures that all teachers have an overview of students’ learning experiences. Minutes of meeting- collaborative, after assessment. Students go for field trips/edu. Trips teachers and students’ reflection Presentation in the classes Reflection on gr 4 project Eco commentaries, case studies, any project learner profile included in the report card- for individual student. Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

7 Standard: C1Practice: 5 Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection is based on agreed expectations for student learning. Minutes of meetings, objectives set in the lesson planning, weekly test paper which includes objectives Presentation on command terms- in subjects- lesson plan for command terms along with the presentation Link to the blog where the students’ expectations/detailed strategy is mentioned Knowledge audit- Mr. Satyajit Agreed expectation for collaborative- interdisciplinary Criteria – IAs explanation- for every subject: Planned in School diary Mr. Santosh: Handouts Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

8 Standard: C1Practice: 6 Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection incorporates differentiation for students’ learning needs and styles Lesson plan, worksheets, remedial classes, meetings Divided the students in English and economics Lesson planning for Akhil- VA, BM, English, Hindi, Akhil’s schedule Different methodologies to be put up in the lesson plan IB names of the students having learning difficulties and the strategies( Aman, Prerna, Pratik, Karan T, Kanishk) Counseling for Lesson plans for three IB batches( Mr. Satyajit) Catering to Multiple intelligences Evidences in lesson plans- using different methods as per multiple intelligences Viraj: Lesson plan by Mr. Karan Lesson plan- language teachers- role play/movie/worksheet Ms. Snehal-Thermal Physics- Lesson planning Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

9 Standard: C1Practice: 7 Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection is informed by assessment of student work and learning. Meetings post exams- department, group, entire IB Examples/reflection of/on formative and summative assessments Practice assignments: IOPs in English, Commentaries in economics, Math Investigations Spanish: reflection in the lesson planning Pre exam meetings Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

10 Standard: C1Practice: 8 Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection recognizes that all teachers are responsible for language development of students. Lesson plans including: key words Scanned copy of the answer sheets where a comment is added by the teacher Creative writing and debating, elocution, plays, street play: reports School magazine Language policy Evidence for the lab written and corrected for the tone( Mr. Satyajit) Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

11 Standard: C1Practice: 9 Collaborative planning and reflection supports the implementation of the IB programme(s). Collaborative planning and reflection addresses the IB learner profile attributes. Learner profile added in the report cards, lesson plans Assemblies based on IB profile All co curricular activities are planned in such a way that the learner profile is developed Section C: Curriculum Standard C1: Collaborative planning

12 Standard: C2Practice: 1.a The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum is comprehensive and aligns with the requirements of the programme(s). The curriculum fulfills the aims and objectives of each subject group and the core. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

13 Standard: C2Practice: 1.b The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum is comprehensive and aligns with the requirements of the programme(s). The curriculum facilitates concurrency of learning. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

14 Standard: C2Practice: 1.c The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum is comprehensive and aligns with the requirements of the programme(s). The curriculum is balanced so that students are provided with a reasonable choice of subjects. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

15 Standard: C2Practice: 1.d The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum is comprehensive and aligns with the requirements of the programme(s). The school develops its own courses of study for each subject on offer and for theory of knowledge. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

16 Standard: C2Practice: 2 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum is available to the school community. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

17 Standard: C2Practice: 3 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum builds on students’ previous learning experiences. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

18 Standard: C2Practice: 4 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum identifies the knowledge, concepts, skills and attitudes to be developed over Time. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

19 Standard: C2Practice: 5 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum allows for meaningful student action in response to students’ own needs and the needs of others. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

20 Standard: C2Practice: 6 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum incorporates relevant experiences for students. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

21 Standard: C2Practice: 7 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum promotes students’ awareness of individual, local, national and world issues. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

22 Standard: C2Practice: 8 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum provides opportunities for reflection on human commonality, diversity and multiple perspectives. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

23 Standard: C2Practice: 9 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum is informed by current IB publications and is reviewed regularly to incorporate developments in the programme(s). Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

24 Standard: C2Practice: 10 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum integrates the policies developed by the school to support the programme(s). Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum

25 Standard: C2Practice: 11 The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy. The written curriculum fosters development of the IB learner profile attributes. Section C: Curriculum Standard C2: Written Curriculum


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