Please take the time to review the following information prior to arriving for the workshop in order that the workshop leader can be better prepared to customize the program according to the group's needs and expectations. Please contact Simon sthauvette@cis.edu.sg if you have any difficulty accessing any of the links or completing forms.

  • Although not entirely necessary, it would be most helpful to ensure that you have a Google account set up. If you don't have one, you can sign up for one here. I will be using Google Docs to support one of the two main goals - addressing teaching strategies.

  • Please note that the workshop sessions are subject to change--based on mandated guidelines by the IBO and participants' needs.

  • This workshop is a Category 2 MYP Mathematics workshop. This workshop is intended for experienced MYP Mathematics teachers.

  • Please complete a brief biography of yourself, highlighting what IB courses you're currently teaching by clicking here.

  • Please help me better understand your needs by clicking on this form. Responses are automatically submitted.


All participants are requested to bring with them the following:


  • A usb thumb drive to share resources

  • Laptop (please ensure that your school has given you sufficient administrator rights to be able to change your IP/network settings so that you can connect to the local network onsite) – bring a power adaptor and a projector adaptor (if a Mac user)


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  • Online Curriculum Centre (OCC) username and password

  • Graphic Display Calculator (Note: TI-84 SmartView may be used by the workshop leader if there is demand from the participants)

  • National/State/Provincial Mathematics curriculum documents (if applicable)

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  • Draft and current MYP Unit Plans that you are currently implementing in the classroom

  • MYP Mathematics broad-based tests, investigations and other assessments that you would like to share/collaborate on with other participants

  • Example(s) of how student assessment data is recorded, as well as how to record evidence of the students’ ATLs

  • Details of favourite Web-based and printed resources