Presentation on theme: "International Mindedness and IB MYP Geography Ms. Oyndrilla Mukherjee."— Presentation transcript:
International Mindedness and IB MYP Geography Ms. Oyndrilla Mukherjee
My Professional Context I am …. The program I am pursuing ….. The context of the paper …..
The structure of the presentation International mindedness (IM) according to academic literature My criteria to promote IM About IB MYP and MYP Geography Teaching and learning in MYP Year 3 Geography Assessing the curriculum Challenges
International Mindedness (IM) ?? Based on academic literature: Hill (2000, 2012) Campbell and Stover (1933) Hayden and Thompson (2000) Gellar (2002) Haywood (2007)
My Criteria to promote IM : The Geography curriculum should provide opportunities to: Appreciate global issues and present insights Engage in critical thinking, problem solving Collaborate Accept other cultures and multiple perspectives Reflect on universal values Value the natural environment Understand the interconnectedness and interdependence of the world at large.
IB MYP and MYP Geography Fundamental concepts of MYP Objective driven curriculum Inquiry based Focus on reflection Aims of MYP Geography
Teaching and learning opportunities in MYP Year 3/ Grade 8 Geography Population and Migration Volcanoes and Earthquakes Globalisation-the role of multinationals
Assessing the curriculum: Strengths Weaknesses Suggestions for improvement
Challenges (according to my context) Transient population of teachers. Lack of common understanding
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