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CAS-What is it?

A quick guide to the one of the IB core components.

Nada Alsaeed

on 15 November 2015

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A quick guide to one of the IB's core components
CAS- What Is It?
Ask yourself these questions:
Involves creative thinking
Satisfies learning outcomes:
ex: undertaken new challenges
Examples: music, dance, art, writing, etc.
Benefit both the community and the student
L.O.: Social and ethical implications
"Service learning"
Contacting organizations: VFC
1. You will receive your ManageBac account from the IB/CAS coordinator.
2. Once you log in, you will be able to add a CAS activity, choosing your targeted learning outcomes.
3. After completing the activity, your reflection may be in the form of a journal, pictures, video, web blog, etc.
“Think globally, act locally”.
1. Why am I doing this?
2. where's the challenge?
3. How will I do this?
4. What have I achieved?
The CAS Criteria
(more) Learning Outcomes
These are now the focus of the CAS program to emphasize quality, not just quantity or hours! Think of the following before, during, and after the activity:
Increased their awareness of their own strengths and areas for growth
Undertaken new challenges
Planned and initiated activities
Worked collaboratively with others
CAS project
Shown perseverance and commitment in their activities
Engaged with issues of global importance
Considered the ethical implications of their actions
Developed new skills
Learning Outcomes
The Process
Just three simple steps:
P. A. R.
(CAS forms from coordinator)
(Be responsible, act responsible)
(REFLECT, REFLECT, REFLECT- whatever form)
how you felt
what you perceived
what the activity meant to you/ its value
what did you learn (i.e. the outcomes) and possibly applications
Physical challenge, not just sports
Coaching and team sports
L.O.: planning and initiating activities
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