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How to deal with CAS: Ideas for IB Students | Part 4 | CAS Project

The CAS Project “Hey, how’s CAS going?” “Really well thanks – I’ve got plenty of activities and experiences on the go so I should have enough to put in my reflections!” “And how about your CAS project? How is that coming along?” *Internal panic – CAS project????! You mean there’s more to CAS than just […]

How to deal with CAS: Ideas for IB Students | Part 3 | CAS Reflections

CAS Reflections If you checked out last week’s blog on 100 CAS ideas then you should be well on the way for having some exciting, unique and fun experiences with CAS! But guess what – the fun doesn’t stop there. As an IB Diploma student you are expected to reflect on your CAS projects and […]

Guest Blogger 1: Make a Difference with CAS

In this week’s blog, Rameen (who studies the IB in Qatar) shares her inspiring CAS experience of volunteering with orphans in Pakistan.  Why did you undertake this project? “I’ve always seen children out on the roads when I’ve travelled abroad. Children that are abandoned, that are forced to fend for themselves and those that don’t […]

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Thinking outside the CAS box!

“Eurgh, CAS”, said every IB student ever. An element of the IB that at first appears so exciting. An opportunity to explore new and existing interests. So why is it that IB students so often turn to resent CAS? Juggling school-work, sleep and attempting to keep your social life intact is challenging enough without CAS. […]

Struggling with CAS? Look no further!

Are you a DP2 student frantically searching for more CAS hours? Or are you an eager DP1 pupil wanting to get a head start on CAS before your assignments overwhelm you? Either way – Lanterna has the perfect opportunity for you! To help you with your CAS hours and collectively inspire us all to be […]

Guest CAS Blogger 2: Refugee Awareness Day

In this weeks blog post, current IBDP student Nathalie based in Belgium, speaks about her CAS project working with refugees.  “Refugee awareness day: The harrowing story of an Iraqi musician and how CAS helped me share it” All names in this article were changed to protect the identity of the individuals mentioned.   2014, the once […]

Guest CAS Blogger 4: Since when are video games CAS?

In this weeks blog post, Arina, a IBDP student from Helsinki, gives her opinion on CAS and how it can be one of the best parts of the DP program. Since when are video games CAS? “Does it count for CAS?” Oh yes, we’ve all heard those words before. Every time a teacher announces the […]

Guest CAS Blogger 3: The UAE’s first Junior CPR Program

In this week’s blog, Kira, an IB student from Abu Dhabi, writes about her experiences setting up the UAE’s first ever junior CPR program for her CAS project! The UAE’s first Junior CPR Program: Where it Came From, Where it’s Going Arghhhh CAS… Let’s admit it, we’ve all said it, or at least thought it […]

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