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Copy of CAS 101

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Diploma Programme Breakdown
The 8 Learning Outcomes
Action
Service
The Duke of Edinburgh Award
Creativity
Arts and other experiences that involve creative thinking
Creativity, Action, Service
participate in activities that foster personal growth
Increased their
awareness
of own strengths and areas of growth
undertaken
new challenges
planned
and
initiated
activities
worked collaboratively

with others
shown
perseverance
and
commitment
in their activities
engaged with
global importance
considered
ethical implications
of their actions
developed
new skills
Intro to IB
Physical exertion contributing to a healthy lifestyle, complementing academic work elsewhere in the Diploma Programme.
An unpaid and voluntary exchange that has a learning benefit
Guide to Bayview's IB DP
Some more CAS Information:
The CAS Project
ManageBac!
CAS is...
Be an actor, not an observer!
The Award consists of three levels (Bronze, Silver and Gold)
Within each level, you must complete the following criteria:
1. Service
2. Skill
3. Adventurous Journey (Expedition)
4. Physical Fitness
5. Residential Project (Gold level only)
CAs should begin in
September
!
A CAS activity must cover at least
one of the 8
outcomes
Complete a minimum of
three
activities in each of the three C/A/S components
* Successful completion of CAS is a requirement for your IB diploma!
Examples:
active organization in a school club
vocal/chamber choir/jazz band/ ... etc
art/music/dance lessons
cooking class
creative writing
*this is by no means an exhaustive list!
a service/creativity activity with a physical component
Examples:
school teams
intramural activities
community sporting activity
Examples:
Student council, prefects, fundraising
Volunteering at a seniors’ residence, children’s camp, veterans’ hospital
Homework clubs, tutoring (not for pay)
Red Cross, Canadian Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity
Fundraising for marathons, and/or telethons
…etc.
an activity that integrates of
C/A/S
a
collaborative
, team project
demonstrates
leadership
an
ongoing commitment
(guideline: min. 3 mths.)
an online platform for IB students to keep track of their CAS progress
submission of CAS documents (supervisor review, evidence of activity, etc)
communication with CAS advisors and IB coordinators
What is MB?
Questions?





HL English Literature




HL Economics or HL History
HL Biology or HL Chemistry



SL French
SL Mathematics
SL Biology or SL Chemistry
or SL Physics or SL Geography
Extended Essay for Beginners
Combating IB Rumours
CAS 101
Creativity, Action, Service
Higher vs Standard Level
A little IB math...
The TOK Difference
HL

240

Hours (3 OSD credits)

SL
150

Hours (2 OSD credits)

There are exams in all subjects and all subjects are worth the same 7 points
select a

topic
-
find a

mentor

-
pose a
question

- conduct

research

- write a
paper
Grade 11 Year:

Feb/Mar - EE Presentation, Declare your Topic and Research Question
Apr - May - preliminary research & experiments as needed
June - EE Boot Camp & submit detailed outline/draft
Summer:
Write full draft of essay
Grade 12 Year:
September - Submit Draft

& EDIT
October -
Final EE Due
6

subjects x

7

points =
42

points
+
3

core points
45 POINTS
Total of
24
points to get an IB Diploma
HL = minimum of 12 pts
**Note: At least 2 HLs must have a score of 4 or more (3 is minimum score for HL)
Vision Youth Leadership Program
incorporates many different activities that help youth develop many life long skills, including self confidence, leadership, teamwork, etc.

FEATURED PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
1. Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DEA)
2. Toastmasters Public Speaking Training
3. First Aid Training
4. Learning Experience through Artistic Performance (LEAP)
5. Outdoor Leadership Training camp
6. Community Service Project
7. Guest Speakers and Outings/Field trips
http://www.visionyouth.ca/

http://www.dukeofed.org/on
Grade 11 Seminars
Grade 12 Course
Moodle
Essay & Presentation
Letter Grades
Internationalism
Critical Thinking
&
the

TOK Legacy
For more info:
"Students must be
gifted
or have an
average of 90%
to be successful into the IB Programme!"
Rumour #1
FACT:
As long as you are
motivated
and a
well-organized
academic student, you will succeed in the IB programme!
"IB students have
NO LIFE.
"
Rumour #2
IB students participate in diverse extracurriculars, including
arts
,
sports
, and
leadership opportunities
!
FACT:
FALSE!
IB cohorts
collaborate
and
support
each other, academically and socially.
"There is a lot of
extra homework
in IB!"
Rumour #3
Aspects of IB courses may be more challenging than regular high school courses, and students may sometimes spend more time homework.
FACT:
"There is a lot of
stress
in the IB Program!"
Rumour #4
"IB isn't worth it!"
Rumour #5
Former Bayview IB students consistently report that IB is worth the work and effort!
FACT:
Highly developed
time management skills
and
work ethic
make first year university more manageable
Great inquiry and research skills
"Long lasting friendships!"
Good academic prep!
It's not necessarily about the AMOUNT of homework, but rather, the
QUALITY
and extent to which students engage with assignments.
A successful Bayview IB student is
well-balanced
,
curious
, and
loves learning
.
Outlook and attitude are essential; grades are only a small part of the picture!
Be aware...
Myths and rumours cause stress - be sure -
ask

a teacher, guidance counsellor, or IB coordinator
We are
HAPPY

to help!
FACT:
Studying at an advanced level can be challenging. Learning to manage time and expectations is critical!
Getting straight A's at the cost of your health is not "success."
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