Allowing For Student Agency In The IPC

I have recently become interested in utilising student agency more formally in my classroom. For a long time I have allowed for some student agency on a basic level, for example outlining to my students what lessons they have that day and allowing them to decide in which order we have those lessons. However, the … Continue reading Allowing For Student Agency In The IPC

Getting To Grips With Inquiry Based Learning

As an English trained teacher I remember how daunting it was when I first entered the international teaching market and I had to suddenly know about inquiry based approaches to learning. This is something that the National Curriculum and OFSTED were not interested in developing whilst I was teaching in London - rather there was … Continue reading Getting To Grips With Inquiry Based Learning

What are the pros and cons of the IPC and the IMYC?

The International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and the International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) make up two parts of a curriculum for 3 - 14 year olds curriculum provided by Fieldwork Education. The curriculum is primarily targeted at schools delivering a British style education and the learning objectives heavily correlate with the outcomes of the English National … Continue reading What are the pros and cons of the IPC and the IMYC?