Your CAS adventure begin with a self review. Download the Self Review Attachment from the CAS website. Make sure you read the introductory sections about CAS aims, outcomes and guiding questions. Fill out the self review questionnaire and save it where you can find it. You will need this document for your first CAS interview [...]
Now tracking the amazing things that AISD CAS students do is even easier with our new AISD Facebook Page.
The CAS Website has always been a great way to find out about CAS and what CAS students are doing. But who has time to check the website for new content?
We’ve made it easy for [...]
Welcome to the beginning of your IB adventure! Here a couple of really important things to know.
CAS is fun! – The IB intends for CAS to be the counter balance to your academic program. CAS is about you! – You choose the activities that interest you. CAS is supported! – All your activities are [...]
by Daniel Muller – CAS Coordinator
What are the aims of CAS? Here is what the IB says:
The CAS programme aims to develop students who are:
reflective thinkers—they understand their own strengths and limitations, identify goals and devise strategies for personal growth willing to accept new challenges and new roles aware of themselves [...]
By Daniel Muller – CAS Coordinator
This is the first of a series of short posts about why CAS is at the core of the IB Diploma Program.
By now it is clear that IB students at AISD are doing some amazing things in their CAS program. On this blog we have seen examples [...]
Professor Yunus with the AISD steering comittee.
On Wednesday March 23, AISD hosted an all day event to celebrate the achievements of Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus and to promote the ideas of Social Business. The event was also the culmination of a contest held by the Yunus Center in which high school students [...]
This post is about service groups at AISD that provide English teaching as part of their service. It asks for your thought on how to make our teaching efforts even more beneficial. These question arose on a resent visit to Dharmarajika Orphanage. Please read the full post at http://www.aisd-cas.net. Don’t forget to log in and leave a comment. [...]
With stunning photos and stories, National Geographic Explorer Wade Davis celebrates the extraordinary diversity of the world’s indigenous cultures, which are disappearing from the planet at an alarming rate. [...]
At AISD we talk about global citizenship and in the wake of the Earthquake in Japan I want acknowledge how difficult that can be. Japan is both near and far from our lives in Bangladesh. Images and video in the media bring the tragedy into our living rooms and social media is buzzing with information [...]
This is the launch of a totally new AISD CAS website. On this website you can find information relating to your CAS program at AISD. It is a work in progress and I hope you will take the time to provide feedback and comments so that we can make this the best site [...]