Robbinsdale Middle School in and authorized IB MYP School
MYP Program Model
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In the program model for the MYP, the first ring around the student at the center describes the features of the program that help students develop disciplinary (and interdisciplinary) understanding.
- Approaches to learning (ATL)—demonstrating a commitment to approaches to learning as a key component of the MYP for developing skills for learning.
- Approaches to teaching—emphasizing MYP pedagogy, including collaborative learning through inquiry.
- Concepts—highlighting a concept-driven curriculum.
- Global contexts—showing how learning best takes place in context.
The second ring describes some important outcomes of the program.
- Inquiry-based learning may result in student-initiated action, which may involve service within the community.
- The MYP culminates in the personal project (for students in MYP year 5)
The third ring describes the MYP’s broad and balanced curriculum.
- The MYP organizes teaching and learning through eight subject groups: language and literature, language acquisition, individuals and societies, sciences, mathematics, arts, physical and health education, and design
- The distinction between subject groups blurs to indicate the interdisciplinary nature of the MYP. The subject groups are connected through global contexts and key concepts.