Peirce Student Action Report
As a part of the International Baccalaureate programmes, Action is a key component to students becoming global citizens. The goal of everything that we do is for students to take action based on their learning, and no action is too small. Taking Action is an integral conclusion to the learning that incorporates students making connections to what they have learned, applying a variety of real life skills, demonstrating an enduring understanding through concepts and reflecting on the attributes of the learner profile and attitudes.

A Few Examples of Action:
Singing a song to that they learned in class
Reading a poem they wrote to the family
Writing a letter to a politician
Visiting a museum to learn more
Choosing to eat healthier
The IB Action and Service Continuum
The Action Cycle
Student Name *
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Room # or Teacher Name *
Your answer
Please describe the action that your student took. *
Your answer
What Learner Profile Attribute(s) was exhibited by your child? *
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Ask your child: What are you learning in school that made you want to do this? *
Your answer
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