Generally, I’ll just post International Baccalaureate resources on the sidebar over at my Theory of Knowledge blog (except when I share here how I’ll be modifying those lessons for English Language Learners).
However, since I know more and more teachers in IB programs are beginning to read this blog, I thought I would share a particularly useful resource here today.
One of the requirements for an IB Diploma is “C.A.S.” — Creativity, Action, and Service. All Diploma candidates are required to perform 150 hours of “community action service.” In addition to teaching Theory of Knowledge, I coordinate the CAS program for some of our IB students.
I just discovered a great blog called CAS Corner that’s written by Steven B Elder, a CAS Coordinator at a high school in Rowland Heights, California. It has everything any CAS Coordinator would every need! I’ll add a link to it in my TOK blog.