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Would you like to know more about the IB at John Glenn Middle School?
Come to our PTO meetings for monthly "MYP moments" presented by our IB Coordinator Julie Middlebrook.
e-mail contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Promotion with Honors Forms
are attached for the 2014-2015 School Year.
this September in ASAP classes.
This information was also presented to parents
at the PTO meeting on October 30, 2014
International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP)
MYP Coordinator Julie Bloch email@example.com
What is the MYP?
The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IBMYP) is a philosophy and a framework that is meant to...
What does the MYP look like at JGMS?
Students are involved in community and service, they have engaging classroom experiences that cause them to think about the environment, health and social issues, how human ingenuity has improved our world, and how we are interconnected.
Students are balanced learners, taking on eight subjects for each year of the MYP: Language A (English), mathematics, science, Language B (either Spanish or French), humanities, PE, arts, and technology.
Each unit of study is driven by unit question that invites students into the content and inquire about it in the context of the Area of Interaction: Environments, Health and social education, human ingenuity, or community and service.
Assessment is engaging, rigorous, constructed response, projects, performances, responses or products. All MYP assessments are graded with MYP criteria. The criteria varies from subject to subject.
Holistic Education :
At JGMS we endeavor to support the development of the whole child: the academic as well as the social-emotional profile of each student. We have word of the month assemblies, follow-up activities in ASAP as well as reinforce these traits across all of the subjects.
Research shows that IB primary and middle-years students perform better in international assessments than their peers at non-IB schools (click here for more information)
View the Learner Profile video below:
What do students think?