What documents would you provide to your visiting team for an MYP Evaluation Visit ?
Standard C2: Written curriculum
The school’s written curriculum reflects IB philosophy.
|1.||The written curriculum is comprehensive and aligns with the requirements of the programme(s).|
||Aims & Objectives of each subject – Unit planners. PP Booklet to sts
MYP Requirements vs Local Requirements. (one set of curriculum docs)
||Interim Objectives. Subject Specific Objectives. (but no need to do them, if you havn’t already, MYP The Next Chapter Transition document helps explain this.)|
||Meeting schedule, minutes, reflection section of Unit planner.|
||Unit plans. SLE documentation. S&S docs, Meeting minutes for ID work, example ID unit plan. PP evidence. Leadership structure map if you have AOI Leaders
Double SRC committee.
||CnS Journal, Portal Info about CnS. Hours or what else ?
(Outcome Based) – Proposal documents.
Tutor Groups involved in counting/checking the sts. ManageBac Documentation or outcomes – House Points
||Curriculum Review Cycle – via Departments.
Vertical Planning Doc (Backward planning from DP)
Unit planning reflections.
|2.||The written curriculum is available to the school community.|
|3.||The written curriculum builds on students’ previous learning experiences.|
|4.||The written curriculum identifies the knowledge, concepts, skills and attitudes to be developed over time.|
||Curriculum Map or Rubicon or ManageBac
Overview of S&S – include Objectives, Unit plan titles,
|5.||The written curriculum allows for meaningful student action in response to student’s own needs and the needs of others.|
|6.||The written curriculum incorporates relevant experiences for students.|
|7.||The written curriculum promotes students’ awareness of individual, local, national and world issues.|
|8.||The written curriculum provides opportunities for reflection on human commonality, diversity and multiple perspectives.|
|9.||The written curriculum is informed by current IB publications and is reviewed regularly to incorporate developments in the programme(s).|
|10.||The written curriculum integrates the policies developed by the school to support the programme(s).|
|11.||The written curriculum fosters development of the IB learner profile attributes.|