2014-15 MYP Powerpoint

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Welcome to
The Middle Years Program (MYP)
Parent Information Day
20th August 2014
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Year
7
Year
8
Year
9
Year
10
Year
11
Year
12
Year
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Total Students
in Diploma
Program
67
69
72
86
92
81
74
103
101
Percentage
who earned
an IB Diploma
93%
84%
97%
86%
95%
97%
93%
93%
94%
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33
31
33
32
32.5
32
33
32.6
(29.89)
(29.56)
(29.57)
(29.51)
(29.55)
(29.61)
(29.77)
(29.81)
Percentage
scoring 30+
58%
63%
49%
53%
64%
72%
59%
67%
73%
Percentage
scoring 29>
42%
37%
51%
47%
36%
28%
41%
33%
27%
Average
Diploma Score
(world avg.)
Schools typically do not publish the percentage of their students who attempt to earn the IB Diploma. In most
schools, only their most capable students make the effort. At SPH, nearly every student in grade 12 is registered for
the diploma. Of those who are registered, almost 95% of our students regularly earn the diploma.
Our aim is to have 70% of our students scoring above the world average of 30 points.
The Agenda
I.
Managebac
II.
Curriculum Overview
III. Year-Level Meetings
• Unique curriculum features
• Retreats and field trips
• What to do if…
• Q and A
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ManageBac Coordinator
Mr David Sommers
[email protected]
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Parent Dashboard - Purpose
• To keep parents informed of key deadlines and school news.
Academics - Purpose
• To post the schedule of units being covered
• To share community & service progress
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Changing your Profile (Data)
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MYP Parents’ Information Book
Tour of www.sph.edu
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Access to SPHI Inside
ssportal
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The Parents’ Information Book
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The Table of Contents
GENERAL SCHOOL INFORMATION…………………………….………………………………………………………….. 15
VISION AND MISSION…………………………………………………………………………………….............18
Mission Indicators………………………………………………………………………………………………….….20
Academic Year Calendar…………………………………………………………………………………………….21
IB MYP………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………23
MYP and its Relationship to Mission & Vision………………………………………………..………….26
Community and Service Program……………………………………………………………….……………..29
Overview of Major Language Form………………………………………………………….…………………30
Assessment and Reporting………………………………………………………………………………………….31
Approaches to Learning……………………………………………………………………………………………..32
Grade 10 Personal Project ………………………………………………………………………………………….33
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Mission and Vision
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Vision
True Knowledge
Faith in Christ
Godly Character
Mission
Proclaiming the preeminence of Christ and
engaging in the redemptive restoration of all things
in Him through holistic education
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Important Dates
1s Mid Semester ends
1st Semester ends
Page 22
October 8, 2014
December 19, 2014
2nd Mid Semester ends
March 31, 2015
2nd Semester ends
June 1st, 2015
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The MYP Curriculum Model
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MYP New Chapter
• Significant changes for teachers.
– New units
– New format
– New assessments (please be patient)
• Some changes for students.
• Minor changes to parents
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MYP New Chapter
• Minor changes to parents
– Life has become easier
– Now all MYP subjects have the same number of
criteria, 4 (Except Biblical Studies 3, Civics 2)
– All criteria (except Civics, 10) be out of 8 max.
• So your child comes home and says they have a 6 for an
assignment, you know it’s out of 8 no matter what
subject or what criteria.
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Worlds best student
• Young American student
• Can give
– States of America, including capitals, in order of ascending populations
– Knows the periodic table including the molecular mass of each
element to the 3rd decimal place.
– Can give chapter and verse to any gospel verse
– Has yet to be stumped in a spelling bee
– Can provide an almost perfect reproduction of many of the classic
portraits
– Can play Beethoven : Sonata Hammerklavier opus 106.
– Can translate English to Korean and Spanish
– Can not only do multiplication in her head but can knows the square
root of all integers between 1 and 30
– And in minutes whip up a recipe for Chicken cashew with crispy
vegetable stir-fry
Do you want to meet
her?
We call her the iStudnet
What would have been
considered truly
remarkable 30 years ago, is
now a play thing for my 8
year old.
Teaching in the MYP
• We can no longer teach as we were taught,
• What was valued in education before is freely
available now
• We need to train students to be wisely and
responsibly make good, God honoring choices.
• Eg Science the old “One World” Criteria,
Introductions
• School-Wide Curriculum Coordinators
• PAG Representative Ibu Dumasi
• Year Level Lead Teachers
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Physical and Health Education
• Partnership
• Being Physically active is a LIFESTYLE that begins at
home – or is at least highly supported from home.
• The key is intentionality – Be intentional about
being active as a family
• Fitness revolution
Physical and Health Education
How much physical activity does your child need?
• According to the World Health Organization:
“In order to improve cardiorespiratory and
muscular fitness, bone health, and cardiovascular
and metabolic health biomarkers:
• Children and youth aged 5–17 should accumulate at
least 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity
physical activity daily.
• Amounts of physical activity greater than 60 minutes
provide additional health benefits.
Physical and Health Education
• We are passionate about active and healthy kids.
So many benefits and so much enjoyment can come
from physical activity. Besides health benefits:
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Improved brain function
Stress reduction
Teamwork
Communication
Conflict resolution
Self-confidence
Fun and enjoyment!
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Physical and Health Education
WHAT WE PROVIDE:
• Physical and Health Education Classes
– Classroom PHE – 1 session per week
• Mostly fitness and health oriented (theory and practical)
– Grade-level PHE Rotation – 2 sessions per week
• Sports and Fitness oriented (mostly practical)
• Special application days (House competitions)
– Athletics Day – Friday, October 3, 2014
• Please note that this will be a FULL DAY (7am-3pm)
– Soccer Carnival – Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
• (Regular 7am-12:30pm schedule)
– Swimming Day – May 8th, 2015
Physical and Health Education
WHAT WE PROVIDE:
• Special application days (House competitions)
– Athletics Day – Wednesday, October 8, 2014
• Please note that this will be a FULL DAY (7am-3pm)
– Soccer Carnival – Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
• (Regular 7am-12:30pm schedule)
– Swimming Day – May 8th, 2015
Physical and Health Education
WE PROVIDE additional OPPORTUNITIES:
Season 1 (Now)
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Athletics (selection) U13, U15 (SMP)
BasketballSMP- Grade 7-9
Rugby (boys) SMP - Grade 7-9
VolleyballSMA- Grade
10-12
SoccerSMA- Grade 10-12
Rugby (boys) SMA- Grade 10-12
Season 2 (after Christmas)
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Soccer-
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Volleyball-
SMP - Grade 7-9
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Basketball-
SMA- Grade 10-12
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Badminton SMP & SMA Grade 7-12
(selection)
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All seasons end with a tournament
SMP- Grade 7-9
Physical and Health Education
WE PROVIDE additional OPPORTUNITIES:
• Pelita Harapan Sports Club
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Agape Badminton Club
Millennium Swimming Club,
Karawaci Tennis Club,
Rhinos/Prambors Baseball Club)
• year round, fee-based programs.
Visit the booths in the hallways
immediately following this
meeting
Physical and Health Education
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
– Be intentional and purposeful about finding
activity opportunities - Lifestyle
– Lead by example. Participate together as a family.
– Encourage your child to do something active on a
regular basis (60min MVPA). Even (and
especially) the “non-athletes”
– Lippo residents - Walk/bike to school (green and
active)
Physical and Health Education
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
– Go on active holidays together: hiking, biking,
snorkeling/SCUBA, skiing, surfing, kayaking, etc.
– Limit screen time!!! or encourage active video
games (Kinect, Wii, etc)
– Encourage active and outdoor play. Play has so
many amazing benefits!
• Rain or shine
Physical and Health Education
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
– Use the SPH facilities evenings and weekends:
bike/walk/jog around the campus. Play on the
fields or outdoor courts, swim in the pools.
– Sign your kids up for the after-school Eagles
sports programs
– Sign up for the PH Club programs (badminton,
tennis, swimming, baseball). More to come (open
to suggestions), but we need people to
participate!
Visit the Sports Program booths
in the hallway outside following
this meeting
II. Year-Level Meetings
Grade 7
K400
Miss Amy
(move across the hallway)
Grade 8
F2
Mr. Adam
Grade 9
J305
Mr. Craig
(Mrs Judy’s Room)
Grade 10
K301
Pak. Jun
(Minister Arts)
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We would love to hear from you
Mr Grant : [email protected]
Pak Romandito: [email protected]
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