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IB CAS at Cobham Hall
Transcript of IB CAS at Cobham Hall
All students complete 150 hours of CAS.
They can include many school-based activities, as well as external placements supported and run by the Service Coordinator. Tutors support and monitor regular progress, and the CAS Coordinator leads and oversees the program. All students use software called MangeBac to record their CAS program.
THE LEARNER PROFILE
The aim of all IB programmes is to develop internationally minded people who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world.
Creativity, Action, Service
•have an increased awareness of their own strengths and areas for growth
•know how to accept, undertake and deal with new challenges
•have experience of planning and initiating activities
•have advanced collaborative skills
•have learned to persevere and show commitment
•understand the implications of globally important issues
•have dealt with and considered ethical implications in reality
•have acquired new skills in a balanced range of activities
...if you believe in something, you must not just think or talk or write, but must act. Peterson (2003)
CAS is at the heart of the Diploma Programme. It is one of the three essential elements in every student’s Diploma Programme experience. The three strands of CAS, which are often interwoven with particular activities, are characterized as follows:
Creativity: arts, and other experiences that involve creative thinking.
Action: physical exertion contributing to a healthy lifestyle, complementing academic work elsewhere in the Diploma Programme.
Service: an unpaid and voluntary exchange that has a learning benefit for the student. The rights, dignity and autonomy of all those involved are respected.
(using previous experience and knowledge)
Think about real feelings and interactions
Identifying achievements or outstanding issues
Personal strengths and challenges
Synthesize new understandings
apply learning in new situations...
By the end of the CAS programme, students will: