1. myp atl research skills

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  3. Approaches to Learning

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  5. IB MYP Personal Project ATL Skills: Research skills reflection sheet

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  1. Research skills

    Collect, record and verify data. Make connections between various sources of information. Collect and analyse data to identify solutions and make informed decisions. Process data and report results. Evaluate and select information sources based on their appropriateness. Use critical literacy skills to analyse and interpret media communications.

  2. LibGuides: MYP Personal Project 2019-2020: Research skills

    Research skills. Information literacy skills. Media Literacy Skills. Use a wide range of sources and types of sources. Selects resources deliberately. Collect, record and verify data. Make connections between various sources of information. Collect and analyse data to identify solutions and make informed decisions. Process data and report results.

  3. LibGuides: Personal Project: Demonstrate research skills

    7 - 8. Demonstrate limited research skills. Demonstrate adequate research skills. Demonstrate substantial research skills. Demonstrate excellent research skills. Few or inappropriate sources have been researched and recorded. There is little if any evaluation of sources' reliability or relevance. The bibliography is inappropriate ...

  4. A step-by-step guide to the MYP Personal Project

    Step 1: Now that you have created your product/outcome and reflected and documented each step of the personal project inquiry cycle, you now need to transfer this information to your personal project report. This is a formal piece of writing that provides a report on the completion of your personal project.

  5. PDF Approaches to teaching and learning (ATL) skills

    A concept-driven curriculum that uses ATL skills effectively enables all students to become stronger, more self-regulated learners. MYP: From principles into practice

  6. Personal project

    The personal project formally assesses students' approaches to learning (ATL) skills for self-management, research, communication, critical and creative thinking, and collaboration. The project is made up of a process, a product and a reflective report. report —an account of the project and its impact, to a structure that follows the ...

  7. MYP curriculum

    A unifying thread throughout all MYP subject groups, approaches to learning (ATL) provide the foundation for independent learning and encourage the application of their knowledge and skills in unfamiliar contexts. Developing and applying these social, thinking, research, communication and self management skills helps students learn how to learn.

  8. PDF MYP: From principles into practice

    Curriculum research in the MYP 138 Bibliography and suggested further reading 141. MYP: From principles into practice 1 Introduction MYP programme documentation ... them with the skills and attitudes to take action to improve it. Such an education was grounded in the more

  9. LIS MYP Projects

    RESEARCH SKILLS IN THE MYP The research skills in MYP are divided into information literacy skills and media literacy skills. INFORMATION LITERACY Students ability to access and organize information, it is also about referencing sources and academic honesty. Students demonstrate information


    Approaches to learning (ATL) are skills designed to enable students in the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) to "learn how to learn." They are intended to apply across curriculum requirements and provide a common language for teachers and students to use when reflecting and building on the process of learning. IB World Schools are required to ensure there is an ATL planning chart for all ...

  11. Research Skills

    Possible ways students might practice to develop their research skills. All skills shown are suggested only - schools may select the skills they want to teach or they can write their own.

  12. Supporting Skills in My MYP and DP Library

    Most of my days in a high school library are spent working with students and teachers on research skills and, depending on the time of year, on either Personal Project or Extended Essay. I teach website evaluation, beginning and advanced research database skills, academic honesty, MLA citation skills, essay writing skills, etc.

  13. Laying the Foundations for Research Skills in IB MYP

    On Tuesday, 25 January, all our Middle Years Programme (MYP) students participated in a full-day Research Camp, specially designed to develop their research skills within both the Woodstock School and International Baccalaureate (IB) contexts.

  14. MYP & DP ATL: Research

    Collect and analyse data to identify solutions and make informed decisions. Process data and report results. Evaluate and select information sources and digital tools based on their appropriateness to specific tasks. Understand and use technology systems. Use critical literacy skills to analyse and interpret media communications.

  15. LibGuides: MYP Personal Project: Criterion B- Applying Skills

    The first paragraph is very strong because you explain how research and creative thinking skills were applied with detailed examples. The second paragraph also provides specific examples but might benefit from more focus on detailed examples regarding the strategies you developed to practice resilience and positive thinking.

  16. MYP: A teacher's guide

    The development of skills such as research, communication, critical thinking, collaboration, and self-management is also emphasized in the new MYP. These skills are crucial for students' academic and personal growth, preparing them for varied future challenges.

  17. PDF IB-MYP Approaches To Learning (ATL) School-Wide Expectations

    King/Robinson Inter-District Magnet School An IB World School. Approaches to Learning Skills Expectations. ATL Skill. MYP Skill Cluster. Overall Expectation for Grade Level. ATL Skill. MYP Skill Cluster. 5. 6.

  18. Research Skills For MYP and DP

    This document outlines the research process for MYP and DP students. It includes 4 steps: 1) identifying a focus topic and developing a research question, 2) searching for and collecting relevant information, 3) organizing the information and presenting the research, and 4) evaluating the research process and outcomes. It also addresses common worries students may have about getting ...

  19. Guide to ATL Skills in the MYP Classroom

    Everything you need to learn about ATL Skills in the MYP! Download playbooks and posters, and get actionable insights.

  20. IB MYP Curriculum: Everything You Need to Know Explained

    Scientific inquiry in IB MYP nurtures the development of critical and creative thinking skills, enabling students to engage in research, design experiments, and analyze data.

  21. MYP studies

    The following Curriculum studies address a range of research topics related to the MYP. These studies support the review and development of the programme, aim to improve the effectiveness of learning and teaching, and provide evidence-based strategies for students, teachers and schools.

  22. The flexibility of the MYP: three common questions about approaches to

    All IB programmes support students to develop into lifelong learners by promoting the development of a broad set of skills, including: Thinking skills. Communication skills. Research skills. Self-management skills. Social skills. We call these approaches to learning (ATL) skills. They are important in helping students learn how to learn, as ...

  23. Does MYP prepare you for DP?

    Yes, the MYP (Middle Years Programme) prepares students for the DP (Diploma Programme). It does this by: Developing critical thinking and research skills.

  24. Visiting Legal Analysis, Advocacy, and Writing Faculty

    Both courses develop skills necessary for law practice including legal analysis and reasoning, research strategy, and concise, clear writing. In the fall, the instructor will teach predictive analysis, reasoning, and writing, an introduction to research and citation, and other related skills.

  25. Nursing aide turned sniper: Thomas Crooks plot to kill Donald Trump

    The mystery of how a cook at a nursing home became a would-be assassin of Donald Trump is the subject of intense investigation and public shock.

  26. Toddlers' brains show significant growth in cognitive skills by 16

    Toddlers engage more regions of their brains around 16-months to help them develop important cognitive skills enabling them to follow simple instructions and control impulses.

  27. Research explores how classroom time affects children's self-regulation

    While research suggests that the number of days in school is associated with gains in children's reading and math skills, little is known about how instructional time affects children's non-academic skills critical for school success.

  28. We're hiring a Research and Data Project Lead in Economics

    Required skills and experience. Strong background in economics, preferably with experience in a research-intensive role in academia, think tanks, international organizations, or government. Demonstrated ability to lead and manage research projects, including as part of a team.

  29. MYP studies

    Critical thinking in the MYP: An international, multisite evaluation This study investigated differences in critical thinking skills of grade 9 and 10 students enrolled in either the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) or the national curriculum in Australia, England and Norway.

  30. How Behavioral Factors Shape Retirement Wealth

    A recent Wharton conference explored how noncognitive skills, mortality beliefs, aging, and gender disparities impact retirement wealth.