In the PYP, International Baccalaureate Primary Education Program, Final exhibition, students embark on a group project to investigate in depth a real-life issue or problem that concerns them as a community. In this process of inquiry, students use a variety of resources, such as first-hand experiences, interviews, research, surveys, and on-site visits, among others.
At the end of the project, the students organize an exhibition for the school community and families. During these presentations, students use different means and forms of expression to communicate the discoveries reached during the project. The exhibition becomes a platform to share their learning, where they show their understanding and reflection on the topic investigated.
Throughout the project, students receive guidance and support from a homeroom teacher who acts as a guide and facilitator, offering guidance and encouraging critical thinking, creativity, and the development of research skills.
The PYP Exhibition represents a significant moment in the International Baccalaureate curriculum, as it allows students to apply their knowledge and skills in an authentic and relevant context. Through this experience, students not only gain a greater understanding of the topic investigated, but also develop effective communication skills, teamwork, and autonomy.
The International Baccalaureate Program, through the PYP Exhibition, encourages your curiosity, critical thinking and ability to address real-world problems. Students become leaders of their learning, strengthening their research and communication kills in various contexts.