How are you travelling? ~ Day 1


Use the Compass Points Thinking Routine to reflect on Day 1.

Look at other participants’ comments and think about which ones you connect with. Comment on their thoughts.


The purpose of this blog

Welcome to the PYP Exhibition Workshop in Melbourne.

We will be using this blog to access readings, share some thoughts and to generate ideas. It would be great if you could share some of your  pre-workshop thinking here.

Think about:

3 Words/thoughts/ideas that you have regarding the Exhibition

2- Questions you have regarding the Exhibition and


(from Project Zero’s Visible  Thinking Routine 3-2-1 Bridge)


These are some of the resources/readings that we will be using during the workshop


IB Exhibition Guidelines

Rethinking the PYP Exhibition

Kath Murdoch and Nadine Le Mescam, Negotiating the Curriculum

We’re going on an Expedition

How do Inquiry teachers teach?

Redefining collaboration in the PYP Exhibition

Learning Stories

Inquiry into how the World Works

Opportunities for creativity

Students taking ownership of learning

PYP Exhibition video inspiration to take action six different ways

Purpose statement

PYPx atVIS has just started 

Separating the Wheat from the Chaff:  PYP Exhibition (those with needs)

Math + Exhibition = Opportunity for Inquiry

PYPx17@VIS Exhibition

PYP Exhibition Part 1

PYP Exhibition: Freedom, Creativity, Beliefs and Passion

Changing Perspectives: Real Action in the PYP Exhibition


Welcome to the ‘Exhibition’ workshop, Melbourne, April/ May 2017.

This workshop focuses on:

  • A culminating learning experience that reflects the major features of the PYP programme
  • The journey
  • The role of the teacher
  • Empowerment of students
  • “Assessment”

You will be exposed to a variety of practical examples that you will be able to take back to your school/classroom

Workshop Leader: Jocelyn Blumgart

Twitter: @jocpyp

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