IB Middle Years Programme Information

The IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) is designed for students aged 11 to 16. It provides  framework of learning that emphasizes intellectual challenge and encourages connections between studies in traditional subjects and the real world. The MYP focuses on “learning how to learn” through the systematic development of approaches to learning (ATL) skills for communication, collaboration, organization, self-management, reflection, research, informational literacy, media literacy, creative and critical thinking, and transfer of learning. It also fosters intercultural understanding and global engagement —essential qualities for young people today. Interdisciplinary teaching and learning builds a connected curriculum that addresses the developmental needs of students and prepares them for further academic study and life in an increasingly interconnected world. The MYP uses concepts and contexts as starting points for meaningful integration and transfer of knowledge across eight subject groups (www.ibo.org).

   

IB MYP Handbook

IB MYP General Regulations

IB MYP Key Findings

Personal Project:

Norcross High School Guide to the MYP Personal Project

Presentation detailing aspects of the MYP Personal Project