• Primary Years Program
    Inquiry Exhibition

     
     
     
     
    The PYP exhibition represents a significant event in the life of a PYP school and student, combining the essential elements of the PYP and sharing them with the whole school community. As a culminating experience, it is an opportunity for fourth grade students to exhibit attributes of the student profile that have been developing throughout their years in the program.

    Students work in partnership with a faculty mentor in order to complete independent research, prepare a visual display, and rehearse and oral presentation.  At the Inquiry Exhibition, all fourth grade students communicate their learning to the whole school and to members of the community.

    The exhibition unit takes place under an organizing theme. The students are required to participate in a collaborative, transdisciplinary inquiry process that involves them in identifying, investigating and offering solutions to real-life issues of problems.


    This year we have chosen the following inquiry theme:
    How We Organize Oursleves people

    An Exploration of: 
    • Human systems and communities
    • The world of work, its nature, and its value
    • Employment and unemployment and their impact on us and the world around us
    The subject of the inquiry exhibition should be a real world issue or problem, local or global.
     
    Our Central Idea:
    Individuals and groups connect and organize to solve problems
    An Inquiry Into:
    There are problems faced by various communities in developed and undeveloped countries. We will investigate the groups and projects which organize to help solve these problems.


     
     
     

Last Modified on January 26, 2017