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Panyaden ‘My Project’ 2017

Panyaden My Project 2017: self-directed learning programme - students brainstorming with teachers

It’s ‘My Project’!

Panyaden’s Self-directed Learning Programme

Panyaden’s primary students spent time after school last week brainstorming ideas for their self-directed learning programme, ‘My Project’. This programme is an opportunity for our students to work independently on projects of their choosing. Our main goal is to nurture their passion and creativity, allowing them in the process to take responsibility for their own learning. ‘My Project’ also benefits students in other ways, including building self-confidence and increasing self-reliance. It also encourages independent learning and developing team working skills.

This time, the students came up with ideas like Art You Can Use, D.I.Y. Super Science, incorporating and making products for The Panyaden Natural Product Company, Healthy Eating as well as computer animation and staging a Mary Poppins musical!

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See Panyaden photo gallery: It’s My Project!

Click here to read more about the objectives of Panyaden’s My Project initiative: Self-directed Learning

Panyaden My Project Celebration

Panyaden My Project Celebration 2016 Term 2

Panyaden Celebrates My Project Term 2

We did it! Composing songs, making little notebooks, mosaics, and toys, filming and editing a documentary, cooking and baking, weaving, creating fun games and more….Panyaden parents, friends and staff enjoy a creative showcase featuring projects by our primary students who have worked hard in planning, designing, making and completing their self-directed projects for term 2. Well done!

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See more Panyaden My Project 2016 Term 2 Celebrations album on our blog.

Panyaden Self-directed Learning Programme 2016

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It’s Panyaden’s ‘My Project’!

We congratulate our primary students for their best efforts, teamwork and creativity shown during the making of their self-directed projects. Everyone at school including parents and friends enjoyed seeing the results of their hard work on Friday. Well done!

See more photos of  our students’ presentations on the Panyaden blog gallery.

Panyaden ‘My Project’ Natural Products

Butterfly pea scones made by Panyaden Year 2 to 4 students for school 'My Project'

It’s ‘My Project’! Panyaden Year 2-4 learn about baking with natural ingredients as well as how to run a small business of their own during ‘My Project’. Our students made scones flavoured with butterfly pea flowers freshly picked from our school garden and organic strawberry jam for sale. They will use the proceeds to plan and budget for their next natural product project.

See more photos here on our blog.

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Panyaden Student ‘My Project’: Bamboo Play Structure

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It’s ‘My Project’! Bamboo play structure by Panyaden students, coming soon! As part of our weekly self-directed learning programme, ‘My Project’, students must design, plan, budget, submit for approval and then implement their own ideas, delivering the final product by the end of the term.

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Panyaden ‘My Project’: Programming

_mg_9433-logo Panyaden International School's upper primary students learning computer programming skills for 'My Project'.

One of our student-led projects this term will help upper primary students learn programming skills and how they can use these to develop games. ‘My Project’ is a once-a-week programme in which students develop and direct their own learning, leading to some kind of finished product at the end of the term.

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Ven. Ajahn Jayasaro at Panyaden

DSCF1294 Ven. Ajahn Jayasaro with Panyaden student during his visit to the school on 22 January 2016

We were honoured by the visit of Venerable Ajahn Jayasaro, Venerable Ajahn Jiew and other venerable monks who took the time to observe students engaged in ‘My Project’ before Ajahn Jayasaro later gave a dhamma talk to parents, teachers and friends.

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More photos here on our blog.

‘My Project’ 2015 Term 1 Celebrations

My Project 2015 T1, Panyaden School

We did it by ourselves! Parents, teachers and students join together to celebrate the result of 12 weeks of student-led planning, designing and making ‘My Project’. This term’s projects were: Shirts for the Dog Shelter, It’s All Natural (natural food products), Crafty Cats handicrafts, Sculpture, Cardboard Houses, Herbal Medicines, Traditional Weaving, Candle Making, Creative Hanging Things and Making a Herb and Flower Garden. The task included making sure all projects showed care for the environment and that the final products in some way brought benefits to others, whether making a candle for mum or donating profits from selling homemade jam to local school Wat Prachakasem. Job done!

Photos on the blog and on our Facebook page.