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Lyn Gibson

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(Key Concept Reflection)

Post a piece of work or an example that demonstrates a KEY CONCEPT. The ones we have been focusing on are: ………………………. The PYP identifies seven key concepts that facilitate planning for a conceptual approach to transdisciplinary and subject-specific learning. Concepts are big ideas and are broad, abstract, timeless and universal. Together, these key concepts form the component that drives the teacher- and/or student-constructed inquiries that lie at the heart of the PYP curriculum.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Writing
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