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Here is the timeline for the grading of your personal projects and also the standardizing of all personal project grades. (all staff are to be involved) Week TASK Deadline Week 6 Supervisors grade PP Reports Friday 17th May Week 7 … Continue reading
Our Dunia network will be holding a Combined Indonesian IB Schools Personal Project Exhibition on Saturday the first of June, details are still be worked out but will be as follows;
Ninety-nine students have pasted, glued and stuck posters, displays and explanations of their personal projects together. At 10.00am we will have our official opening ceremony with a number of performances related to their personal project. All year 9s will be … Continue reading
One of my student’s personal projects about Cancer in Indonesia.
Our Dunia Network want to have a combined Indonesian MYP Schools’ Personal Project Exhibition. Currently, nearly all of us have some sort of MYP Personal Project Exhibition or Fair at our schools and often we issue invitations to each other … Continue reading
“The personal project is an opportunity for students to develop their known strengths and discover new ones. It allows them to explore the extent to which they are developing the attributes of the IB learner profile and becoming lifelong learners, … Continue reading
GJIS is holding our biggest ever MYP Personal Project Exhibition today. All parents are welcome, we have an opening ceremony at 10.00am and a highlights assembly in the main theatre. Afterwards the exhibition will be open until 2.00pm.
Midweek Sekolah Pelita Haripan (Sentul) held their annual MYP PP Exhibition. In the interests of collaboration (an IB Learner Profile) most of the schools in the Indonesian MYP Network try to invite others MYP schools to visit their PP Exhibitions. … Continue reading
Today is National Awakening Day in Indonesia and to celebrate in the MPR at 1.40pm at Global Jaya Int’l School we are launching the first of Inef’s Indonesian Folklore Story Books that she has had published. Middle school students at … Continue reading