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  • ISBN:9781107560345
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):Critical Thinking
  • Qualification:IB Diploma
  • Author(s):John Cannings, Maria Ines Piaggio, Peter Muir, Tom Brodie
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Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS): an essential guide for students. This book offers advice and guidance on how to select a CAS activity and how to approach the task.

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  • DESCRIPTION

    Written by a team of experienced CAS Coordinators from the three IB regions the first edition of CAS – An essential guide for students is tailored to meet the requirements for first teaching September 2015. This course book is accessible and practical for students, offering advice and guidance on how to select a suitable CAS activity and how to approach the task: from planning and time management to what makes a successful and positive CAS experience. This resource is also helpful for CAS Coordinators and those involved in planning student CAS projects in their school.

  • Contents
  • FEATURES
    • Activity boxes to help with CAS planning and reflection in CAS

    • Links to the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) and Extended Essay to help explain the common goals of these core courses

    • Plenty of practical advice on creating a budget, seeking sponsorship and promoting and marketing your project

  • CONTENTS
    • 1 The nature of CAS
    • 2 The CAS stages framework
    • 3 Reflection
    • 4 Service Learning and CAS
    • 5 CAS, TOK and the extended essay
    • 6 CAS projects
    • 7 Student responsibilities and the CAS portfolio
    • 8 Celebrating CAS
    • 9 CAS and the approaches to learning
    • 10 CAS and the IB learner profile.
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