These have been shown by our International Baccalaureate Diploma Program Art students. It has been done through an end personal project carried out during the last two years. The exhibition can now be visited in our auditorium by the entire Casvi Educational Community.
In this personal project, which could be based on any artistic discipline (painting, sculpture, photography …) and carried out under any type of technique, our 2nd year students have made it very clear what their way of understanding the world is, both their inner world and the world outside.
The protagonists themselves offer us this small preview of their creations:
It should be noted that these personal projects not only have a place for research, but also for the historical inquiry and exploration and for the techniques and processes required for the development of their work. Hence, the different skills that are worked on for this project as well as for the rest of the disciplines of the Diploma Program: Thinking, Research, Communication, Social and Self-management Skills.
Approaches to teaching and learning
IB programmes are taught by teachers who explicitly help students learn howto develop the attitudes and skills they need for both academic and personal success.
- Approaches to teaching. There are six key pedagogical principles that underpin all IB programmes. Teaching in IB programmes is:
- based on inquiry
- focused on conceptual understanding
- developed in local and global contexts
- focused on effective teamwork and collaboration
- differentiated to meet the needs of all learners
- informed by assessment (formative and summative).
- Approaches to learning. This area develops essential skills that include skills of behaviour and emotional management, skills that allow the student to monitor their own effectiveness
in their learning and skills that allow them to process information effectively (often called “study skills” in a school environment). Although these skills may be in use when developing a certain natural ability or talent