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What is the MYP Personal Project?. The Canadian International School of Hong Kong. AGENDA. 1. Introduction (10 min) 2. Three parts of the Personal Project (15 min) 3. Gr 10 students (Chris Yu and Clarice Ng) (15 min) 4. Q & A (15 min ). Why?.

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What is the myp personal project

What is the MYP Personal Project?

The Canadian International School of Hong Kong


1. Introduction (10 min)

2. Three parts of the Personal Project (15 min)

3. Gr 10 students (Chris Yu and Clarice Ng) (15 min)

4. Q & A (15 min)


The aims of the personal project are to allow students to:

Engage on a personal quest through an Area of Interaction (AOI) as a context for learning

Reflect(report) on their learning

3. Move towards thoughtful and positive action

4. Develop confidenceas lifelong learners

Let s watch a video
Let’s watch a video!

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3 parts of the pp

1. The Process Journal

2. The Report

3. The Outcome or Product

1 the process journal
1. The Process Journal

Students will:

  • Demonstrate organizational skills through time and self-management

  • Communicate and collaborate with the supervisor

  • Demonstrate information literacy, thinking and reflection

What does the process journal look like
What does the Process Journal Look Like?

  • This is a generic term used to refer to the documentation that students develop

  • It can take on many forms!

  • It can be written, visual, audio or a combination of these and may include both paper and electronic forms

  • Many students should already be familiar with this as they’ve had experience in the arts and technology

  • Students must show evidence of regular use of the journal, NOT necessarily weekly

Video journal
Video Journal

Let’s give kids options!

2 the report
2. The Report

The formats for the report are:

  • A written report in the format of an academic report, a website, blog or similar

  • An oral report that include visual support

  • A 15 minute multimedia presentation such as a short film, or a website that includes both written text and an audio-visual component

  • Any other format that is approved by the supervisor and the school


  • The structure of the report is clearly set out by the IB.

  • A written report must not exceed 3,500 words.

  • An oral presentation or audio-visual recording must not exceed 15 minutes.

3 the outcome or product

PRODUCT: Water fountain, novel, song, go-kart. recipe book, model golf course, poetry book, design a line of clothing

OUTCOME: Provide a workshop for kids, learn how to organize a book drive for a library in Kenya, make a documentary about the visually impaired to raise awareness in the community

3 unrealistic vs realistic projects
3. Unrealistic vs Realistic Projects

3 unrealistic vs realistic projects1
3. Unrealistic vs Realistic Projects

3 unrealistic vs realistic projects2
3. Unrealistic vs Realistic Projects

How is the pp assessed
How is the PP Assessed?

  • The Process Journal (A) - Did they show organizational, communication and collaborative skills?

  • The Goal (B) – Was is appropriately challenging and have an AOI focus?

  • Selection of Sources (C) – Is there a wide variety of sources as seen in the bibliography and the body of the report?

  • Application of information (D)- Did they transfer info to make decisions and develop solutions to problems?

  • Achieving the Goal (E)- This is measured against their own goal.

  • Reflection on Learning (F)- Report on how this project extended their knowledge of the topic, the AOI and as a learner.

  • Report on the Project (G) – Is it organized clearly and concisely?

Students speak
Students Speak

Clarice Ng:

Investigating Architecture

Christopher Yu:

Investigating Poverty in HK

Q & A

What questions do you have for us?