- IMYC units of work
These are based on 30 thematic units of work for 11 to 14 year olds and are available on the MyFieldwork in Microsoft Word and PDF formats. Every teacher has his or her own log-in. This way, you can be sure that every member of your teaching staff has access, at any time, to the most relevant and up-to-date units.
- IMYC Learning Files
These give a coherent view of what should be learned and what we believe learning should like to help teachers every step of the way through the delivery of the IMYC including explicit learning targets for each subject area, internationalism and personal dispositions.
- IMYC Cross Reference Document
This is designed to give comparative information about how the learning outcomes of the National Curriculum for England 2007 compare with the learning goals of the International Middle Years Curriculum.
- IMYC Assessment for Learning
We have an online tracking tool to support you all the way with your assessment for learning.
- IMYC Route Planner
This will ensure that learning goals are covered as you make your choice of units.
- Formal professional learning
Professional Learning for new and experienced teachers: getting started and improving learning.
Choice of course delivery: in-school, blended, online, regional Discounts on IMYC conferences and events worldwide. Meet with and learn from the Fieldwork team and other members from around the world.
- Informal professional learning
Join the Pinboard - a global online community of IMYC teachers where you can share and celebrate examples of great learning through videos, photos and other resources. You can also find answers to your IMYC questions directly from your peers.
Free series of webinars on a range of programme related topics. All live webinars are archived to use with your staff at convenient times to you. A self-access e-learning resource to introduce the IMYC to new teachers and your parent community.
- Dedicated membership support online
School coordinator controls access to MyFieldwork members’ website. Regular member e-newsletters.
Access to key documents such as the IMYC Self-Review to help you define and improve the quality of IMYC implementation across your school. Videos, case studies and supporting documents on focused areas of the Bottom Line 9. Digital access to IMYC logo and posters for use in your school. Individual member support via email and phone.