Tuesday, August 27, 2013


Best practices are an inherent part of a curriculum that exemplifies the connection and relevance identified in educational research.

The PYP team was very excited to share the actions, approaches and methods that are most successful or have proven most successful in the past in achieving and that are shared with peers in order to contribute to collective learning.

All the teachers of PYP divided themselves into pairs and shared the best practices they use in each of their classes.

Some of the best practices shared were on easy techniques of building vocabulary, using web 2.0 tools to assign homework, take reflections, participate in open forums and exchange best practices and resources.

 A session on ADHD was also taken by teachers where in Ms. Adhilakshmi Chintalapati, our Principal, joined the session and gave us valuable suggestions on routines and habits which make classroom management simple yet successful.


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