GSLC approach to the Personal Project

Our Year 10 MYP team have updated our approach to the MYP Personal Project over these holidays in order to help our Year 10’s independently navigate their way through the IB MYP Personal Project. If you have used our approach prior, it is very similar, with just some slight adjustments and transitioning this to Google Slides so we can share these documents with students via Google Drive.

Please feel free to use this as a resource for your school and if you wish to have an editable copy of these Google Slides, we are more than happy to share so you can adjust for your context.

Welcome to the IB MYP Personal Project

The Personal Project Inquiry Cycle

Personal Project Supervisors

Investigating 1.1

Investigating 1.2

Investigating 1.3

Planning 1.1

Planning 1.2

Planning 1.3

Taking Action 1.1

Taking Action 1.2

Taking Action 1.3

Reflecting 1.1

Reflecting 1.2

Reflecting 1.3

Personal Project Report

Enjoy, we at GSLC hope this is a useful tool for the Year 10 students in your school.

5 thoughts on “GSLC approach to the Personal Project

  1. Hi Laura
    very kind of yours for sharing this material. We will check it out and use it with our students at Casuarinas International College, in Lima Peru. For further exchanges or collaboration related to personal Project, please feel free to contact us

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  2. Dear Laura,
    I remember when I came across your first model for the IB MYP Personal Project, and I automatically saw the heart and soul deposited into it. Now that I see this, I can firmly say that you continue to up the game all the time!!!
    I am currently collaborating with our MYP graduates to put together a Personal Project camp. When I showed them your resources, there was light in their eyes. I wish you had seen that.
    Bottom line is your resources will be key in our student-led personal project camp next year, and I want to thank you for that, Personal Project Extraordinaire.
    Mil Gracias.

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    1. Thank you Rafael – after an horrendous day that is going to require red wine to help with the bounce back, this is such a lovely note to read. We are so thrilled to be able to help other schools. Our students are doing really well with this model – it has been a great reiterate for us.

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