IB CAS | Conversations with a Coordinator

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The CAS programme – one of the most unique aspects of the DP framework – allows students to explore experiences outside their academic interests. With its holistic approach, CAS is designed to strengthen and extend students’ personal and interpersonal learning from the PYP and MYP. However, implementing a CAS programme at school, and understanding the roles of its various stakeholders, can be daunting. We have designed a short video that can help you understand the roles of various stakeholders in this programme while ensuring that all requirements are adequately met.

In this video, your students will learn about:

  • The fundamental aspects of CAS and the roles of its various stakeholders
  • Unpacking CAS learning outcomes to students
  • Requirements for completing the programme successfully

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