Welcome to the International Curriculum Specialist Series where Fieldwork Education interviews both experts and educators on how best to improve our learning.
In our sixth episode, Lee Hendricks, Fieldwork Education's International Curriculum Manager for the Middle Years, interviews IMYC coordinator and teacher Danielle Mashon from the Nord Anglia International School of Rotterdam (NAISR) in The Netherlands. Danielle breaks down how the mini-cycle of Research, Record, and Reflect in the Process to Facilitate Learning looks and feels like in the classroom and why it should be repeated for students to gain more depth and understanding. Danielle’s thoughts and analysis are insightful as she shares her experiences and ideas of how you can better scaffold learning and encourage student agency within the classroom.
The International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) has been developed by the International Curriculum Association (ICA). The ICA are the creators of the international curriculums of the IEYC, the IPC, and the IMYC and provide professional development and accreditation. For more information, please visit https://www.internationalcurriculum.com.
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