The nature of creativity, action, service...if you believe in something, you must not just think or talk or write, but must act.
“Creativity, action and service (CAS) is at the heart of the IB Diploma Programme. It is one of the three essential elements in every student’s Diploma Programme experience. It involves students in a range of activities alongside their academic studies throughout the Diploma Programme. The three strands of CAS, which are often interwoven with particular activities, are characterized as follows:
CAS enables students to enhance their personal and interpersonal development through experiential learning. At the same time, it provides an important counterbalance to the academic pressures of the rest of the Diploma Programme. A good CAS programme should be both challenging and enjoyable, a personal journey of self-discovery. Each individual student has a different starting point, and therefore different goals and needs, but for many their CAS activities include experiences that are profound and life-changing. For student development to occur, CAS should involve:
All proposed CAS activities need to meet these four criteria. It is also essential that they do not replicate other parts of the student’s Diploma Programme work.
Concurrency of learning is important in the Diploma Programme. Therefore, CAS activities should continue on a regular basis for as long as possible throughout the programme, and certainly for at least 18 months. Successful completion of CAS is a requirement for the award of the IB diploma. CAS is not formally assessed but students need to document their activities and provide evidence that they have achieved eight key learning outcomes. The school’s CAS programme is regularly monitored by the relevant IBO regional office.
Milan: November 26, 2012
´Rigiocattolo´ and the Dream project, Comunita´ di Sant´Egidio. - CAS News
As part of the IB Diploma CAS programme our students take part in many different activities ranging from creativity to sports and service. Two of our students, Lorenzo Luporini, Year 12 and Micol Bor
Palazzo Serbelloni, Corso Venezia, Milan: December 3, 2011
Great success for Jane Goodall’s fund raising event - CAS News
On Wednesday 23rd of November in the magnificent and crowded Sala Napoleonica at Palazzo Serbelloni a large audience appreciated the vast collection of Jane Goodall‘s photos highlighting her amazing w
Botswana: November 22, 2011
The Ngwapa Project - CAS News
No single person is capable of changing the world. No person alone can help the lives of thousands. But together we can encourage and guide the world’s small steps towards amelioration. In July 2011,
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