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International Baccalaureate (CAS)

Overview

Group volunteering on the Archaeology Project in Peru

For schools and colleges offering the International Baccalaureate Program we are committed to creating unique and challenging projects that exceed the requirements of the Creativity Action Service(CAS) and Extended Essay elements of the IB Diploma Program, working in partnership with school coordinators, students and our in-country staff to offer:

  • The expertise of qualified educators well versed in IB programming
  • Customized programming designed by qualified educators with extensive experience of experiential education
  • A wide and extensive variety of projects
  • Availability in many destinations
  • One on one support from in-country staff
  • Availability for individuals and groups year round
  • Certification from Projects Abroad to verify total hours of CAS hours
  • Completion of on line supervisor review
  • Availability of a customized reflective journal
  • References * see Case Study from Ashbury College

For those that want to know more about the aim of all IB programmes and how this benefits the individual, please see the IB Learner Profile.

Two students from Ashbury College used their service learning experience in Peru for their Extended Essay. Their overriding goal was to help further develop literacy and numeracy skills in primary aged students. Projects Abroad staff, in country, worked closely with the Peruvian school to set-up and facilitate this goal.

Pre-departure In-country Post - experience
Creativity Learning about needs of in country partners.Researching and developing learning tools. Adjusting plans to better meet learning needs of students. Creating new activities to better match students’ interests and strengths. Asking questions about what added resources might be helpful.
Activity Learning from junior school teachers. Working with younger students at home school Running a variety of activities both in and outside the classroom to develop English language skills and comprehension. Sending additional materials to local teachers to extend learning.
Service Running a book drive to collect early readers. Fundraising to buy additional classroom supplies Providing more than forty hours of service to Peruvian students in primary grades. Preparation and dispatch of a follow-up care package to the school.
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Group volunteering on the Archaeology Project in Peru

For schools and colleges offering the International Baccalaureate Program we are committed to creating unique and challenging projects that exceed the requirements of the Creativity Action Service(CAS) and Extended Essay elements of the IB Diploma Program, working in partnership with school coordinators, students and our in-country staff to offer:

  • The expertise of qualified educators well versed in IB programming
  • Customized programming designed by qualified educators with extensive experience of experiential education
  • A wide and extensive variety of projects
  • Availability in many destinations
  • One on one support from in-country staff
  • Availability for individuals and groups year round
  • Certification from Projects Abroad to verify total hours of CAS hours
  • Completion of on line supervisor review
  • Availability of a customized reflective journal
  • References * see Case Study from Ashbury College

For those that want to know more about the aim of all IB programmes and how this benefits the individual, please see the IB Learner Profile.

Two students from Ashbury College used their service learning experience in Peru for their Extended Essay. Their overriding goal was to help further develop literacy and numeracy skills in primary aged students. Projects Abroad staff, in country, worked closely with the Peruvian school to set-up and facilitate this goal.

Pre-departure In-country Post - experience
Creativity Learning about needs of in country partners.Researching and developing learning tools. Adjusting plans to better meet learning needs of students. Creating new activities to better match students’ interests and strengths. Asking questions about what added resources might be helpful.
Activity Learning from junior school teachers. Working with younger students at home school Running a variety of activities both in and outside the classroom to develop English language skills and comprehension. Sending additional materials to local teachers to extend learning.
Service Running a book drive to collect early readers. Fundraising to buy additional classroom supplies Providing more than forty hours of service to Peruvian students in primary grades. Preparation and dispatch of a follow-up care package to the school.
University Groups Corporate Groups Organizations and Clubs
Fundraising

Group volunteering on the Archaeology Project in Peru

For schools and colleges offering the International Baccalaureate Program we are committed to creating unique and challenging projects that exceed the requirements of the Creativity Action Service(CAS) and Extended Essay elements of the IB Diploma Program, working in partnership with school coordinators, students and our in-country staff to offer:

  • The expertise of qualified educators well versed in IB programming
  • Customized programming designed by qualified educators with extensive experience of experiential education
  • A wide and extensive variety of projects
  • Availability in many destinations
  • One on one support from in-country staff
  • Availability for individuals and groups year round
  • Certification from Projects Abroad to verify total hours of CAS hours
  • Completion of on line supervisor review
  • Availability of a customized reflective journal
  • References * see Case Study from Ashbury College

For those that want to know more about the aim of all IB programmes and how this benefits the individual, please see the IB Learner Profile.

Two students from Ashbury College used their service learning experience in Peru for their Extended Essay. Their overriding goal was to help further develop literacy and numeracy skills in primary aged students. Projects Abroad staff, in country, worked closely with the Peruvian school to set-up and facilitate this goal.

Pre-departure In-country Post - experience
Creativity Learning about needs of in country partners.Researching and developing learning tools. Adjusting plans to better meet learning needs of students. Creating new activities to better match students’ interests and strengths. Asking questions about what added resources might be helpful.
Activity Learning from junior school teachers. Working with younger students at home school Running a variety of activities both in and outside the classroom to develop English language skills and comprehension. Sending additional materials to local teachers to extend learning.
Service Running a book drive to collect early readers. Fundraising to buy additional classroom supplies Providing more than forty hours of service to Peruvian students in primary grades. Preparation and dispatch of a follow-up care package to the school.
Case Studies

Group volunteering on the Archaeology Project in Peru

For schools and colleges offering the International Baccalaureate Program we are committed to creating unique and challenging projects that exceed the requirements of the Creativity Action Service(CAS) and Extended Essay elements of the IB Diploma Program, working in partnership with school coordinators, students and our in-country staff to offer:

  • The expertise of qualified educators well versed in IB programming
  • Customized programming designed by qualified educators with extensive experience of experiential education
  • A wide and extensive variety of projects
  • Availability in many destinations
  • One on one support from in-country staff
  • Availability for individuals and groups year round
  • Certification from Projects Abroad to verify total hours of CAS hours
  • Completion of on line supervisor review
  • Availability of a customized reflective journal
  • References * see Case Study from Ashbury College

For those that want to know more about the aim of all IB programmes and how this benefits the individual, please see the IB Learner Profile.

Two students from Ashbury College used their service learning experience in Peru for their Extended Essay. Their overriding goal was to help further develop literacy and numeracy skills in primary aged students. Projects Abroad staff, in country, worked closely with the Peruvian school to set-up and facilitate this goal.

Pre-departure In-country Post - experience
Creativity Learning about needs of in country partners.Researching and developing learning tools. Adjusting plans to better meet learning needs of students. Creating new activities to better match students’ interests and strengths. Asking questions about what added resources might be helpful.
Activity Learning from junior school teachers. Working with younger students at home school Running a variety of activities both in and outside the classroom to develop English language skills and comprehension. Sending additional materials to local teachers to extend learning.
Service Running a book drive to collect early readers. Fundraising to buy additional classroom supplies Providing more than forty hours of service to Peruvian students in primary grades. Preparation and dispatch of a follow-up care package to the school.

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