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  • It is very difficult to attain this personal growth if you are doing lame activities.

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  • 1. CAS @ Brent
  • 2. Why CAS?
    Experiential learning has the potential to change your life.
    Required for IB Diploma,
    Required for Brent Diploma
    World’s Favorite Sport by Rama V, Flickr
  • 3. How will you successfully complete CAS?
    By participating in
    new
    varied
    Challenging
    outside-your-comfort-zone
    significant
    and meaningful activities
    and reflecting deeply and seriously on these activities, you will demonstrate evidence of the 8 learning outcomes.
  • 4. How will you be evaluated?
    Final interview
    8 learning outcomes
    Yes or No
  • 5. It’s not about the hours…
    veritum dies aperit by John Harvey, Flickr
    It’s not about hours…
  • 6. Six Shooter Flood by Evan Leeson, Flickr
    Picture of beautiful horizon
    It’s about personal growth.
  • 7. Learning Outcome 1
    Students are able to see themselves as individuals with various skills and abilities, some more developed than others, and understand that they can make choices about how they wish to move forward.
    Increased their awareness of their own strengths and areas for growth
  • 8. Learning Outcome 2
    A new challenge may be an unfamiliar activity, or an extension to an existing one.
    As with new challenges, new skills may be shown in activities that the student has not previously undertaken, or in increased expertise in an established area. 
    Undertaken new challenges
  • 9. Learning Outcome 3
    Planning and initiation will often be in collaboration with others. It can be shown in activities that are part of larger projects, for example, ongoing school activities in the local community, as well as in small student-led activities.
    Planned and initiated activities
  • 10. Learning Outcome 4
    Collaboration can be shown in many different activities, such as team sports, playing music in a band, or helping in a kindergarten. At least one project involving collaboration and the integration of at least two of creativity, action, and service is required.
    Worked collaboratively with others
  • 11. Learning Outcome 5
    At a minimum, this implies attending regularly and accepting a share of the responsibility for dealing with problems that arise in the course of the activities.
    Shown perseverance and commitment in their activities
  • 12. Learning Outcome 6
    Students may be involved in international projects but there are many global issues that can be acted upon locally or nationally (for example, environmental concerns, caring for the elderly, education).
    This usually stems from some service project.
    Engaged with issues of global importance
  • 13. Learning Outcome 7
    Ethical decisions arise in almost any CAS activity. You may encounter issues where you have to decide what is right and wrong about how you act, which volunteer opportunities you choose, the what are the consequences of those activities in the community and in the world.
    Considered the ethical implications of their actions
  • 14. Learning Outcome 8
    As with new challenges, new skills may be shown in activities that the student has not previously undertaken, or in increased expertise in an established area.
    Developed new skills
  • 15. In other words…
    You will have changed in a profound way as a result of CAS.
  • 16. This will hopefully guide you toward activities that will be meaningful to your personal CAS experience.
    Due Aug. 6
    Philippines after 2009 Typhoons IFRC, Flickr
    Step 1:
    Self-review
  • 17. Step 2: Create your CAS plan.
    CAS plan is not set in stone but should get you to identify a variety of activities that you are interested.
    Amian at Mt. Pulagby kumo_no_ue, Flickr
    Due Aug.6
  • 18. Step 3: Get approval with CAS proposal form, or through email.
    You may do this for summer activities before your CAS plan is completed.
  • 19. Step 4: Create, Act, Serve!
    Get started doing CAS activities.
    Messages of Violence and Freedom by Angie Torres, Flickr
  • 20. Step 5: Keep Records
    Write entries at least once a week.
    Planning entries
    Ongoing entries
    Reflection entries upon completion of activity (most substantial)
    Record time commitments/schedule of activities.
    Take photos.
  • 21. What is CAS?
    Real, purposeful activities, with significant outcomes
    Personal challenge – tasks must extend the student
    Thoughtful consideration, such as planning, reviewing progress, and reporting
    Opportunity for reflection on outcomes and personal learning
    Nikka Again by Margolove, Flickr; Surf’s Up! By mrwhitepatch, Flickr
  • 22. Other questions to ask
    Is the activity a new role for me?
    Is it a real task that I am going to undertake?
    Does it have real consequences for other people and for me?
    What do I hope to learn from getting involved?
    How can this activity benefit other people?
    How does this activity relate to the Learning Outcomes?
    How can I reflect on this activity?
    Have I found an adult supervisor yet?
    Snorkeling Mactanby Storm Crypt, Flickr; Philippines Public School by Moyer Photo, Flickr
  • 23. And what is not CAS?
    Anything that is already part of the student’s Diploma Program.
    An activity for which a student is personally rewarded either financially or with some other benefit (unless this benefit is passed on in full to a worthy cause).
    Simple, tedious, and repetitive work like collecting tickets or passing out programs.
    A passive activity – visiting a museum, watching a concert, or sports event. There must be INTERACTION and ACTIVITY.
  • 24. Still not CAS?
    Religious devotion (i.e. going to church, saying prayers, serving at communion)
    Family duties – helping your little brother with homework, visiting your grandmother.
    Fund-raising with no clearly defined end in sight.
    An activity where there is no leader or responsible adult on site to evaluate and confirm student performance.
    (This may be negotiated on a case by case basis if student is able to otherwise prove successful completion of activity.)
  • 25. Still unsure??
  • 26. What kind of portfolio works for you?
    Pen and Journal by Bob AuBuchon, Flickr
    Kevin Typing by Nathan T. Baker, Flickr
    Helios 44M 58mm F2 and Me by David Cornejo, Flickr
    Recording
  • 27. A blog?
    casblogsample.blogspot.com
  • 28. Easy to keep up-to-date.
    Easy to stay organized.
    May have language options.
  • 29. Still waiting to hear from IB about this.
  • 30. Big image of scrapbook/journal
    A journal?
    Do Note, Conclusionby Paul Watson, Flickr
  • 31. Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come even more effective action.-Peter F. Drucker
    Reflection by ***Steph***, Flickr
  • 32. Recording Guidelines
    Activity log
    Name of each activity
    Date of activity
    Type of activity (C/A/S)
    Supervisor’s name
  • 33. Blog/Journal Entries
    Essay format
    Initial entries for each activity should include
    Clear statement of goals for the activity
    What do you fear? What are you unsure of?
    Ongoing entries are where you describe
    What happened
    Daily problems
    Daily successes
  • 34. Self-Evaluation
    Reflective essay of no less than 150 words
    Must be typed
    Completed within 2 weeks of completion of activity
    Turned into CAS advisor
  • 35. Reflective Questions
    What did I plan to do?
    What did I do?
    What were the outcomes, for me, the team I was working with, and others?
    The basics…
  • 36. Reflective Questions
    How did I feel (before/during/after the activity)?
    What did I perceive/judge/make assumptions about?
    What did I think about the activity?
    What did the activity mean to me?
    What is the value of the activity to me, to others, to the community?
    What did I learn from the activity and how does this learning apply to a different situation, my future, life?
    Going deeper…
  • 37. Activities
  • 38. Contact Info:
    cwright@brentbaguio.edu.ph
    richard.egmalis@brentbaguio.edu.ph
    (This is how you will get summer activities approved!)
    Blog: bisbCAS.blogspot.com