Facilitators of Lifelong Learning
Our facilitators do more than just teach, they facilitate the learning process so that children can evaluate what they learn and take an active role in determining what they learn. The IPC mixes an inquiry, play, thematic, and objective based model of learning which is important in helping children understand why its important to learn, what it is that they are learning and reflect on where they are in the learning process. Objective standards are important to accurately track progress and identify any weaknesses.
At the end of Level 3 of the IPC curriculum, children will have achieved the global outcomes demonstrated in the diagram.
IPC teachers are held accountable to parents, colleagues, and administrators. This is to ensure that open channels of communication are practiced and families are briefed weekly on accomplishments, incidents, and family involvement tips that can further the learning process at home. Teachers also owe a duty to their administrators to ensure that curriculum delivery plans are prepared, that adequate assessments are being conducted, and self evaluation procedures are in place to further professional development throughout the teacher’s career