The IB Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) Guide (page 8) provides the following definition of creativity:
'Exploring and extending ideas leading to an original or interpretive product or performance.'
The IB CAS Guide (pages 18 and 19) suggest the following approaches to creativity:
Examples of creativity include:
Acting or supporting a drama performance
Playing or supporting a music performance
Participating or supporting a dance performance
Creating an artwork
Creating a website
The IB CAS Guide (page 8) provides the following definition of activity:
'Physical exertion contributing to a healthy lifestyle.'
Similar to creativity, the CAS Guide (pages 19 and 20) suggest the following approaches to activity:
Examples of activity include:
Playing on a team
Completing a training programme
Undertaking an adventure sport or journey
Learning a new martial art/yoga/pilates
The IB CAS Guide (page 8) provides the following definition of service:
'Collaborative and reciprocal engagement with the community in response to an authentic need.'
The IB CAS Guide (page 22) suggest the following four types of service:
Furthermore, the IB CAS Guide (pages 19 and 20) suggest the following approaches to service:
Immediate need service
Service arising from the curriculum
Examples of service include:
Raising funds for an orphanage
Helping at an animal shelter
Volunteering at a retirement home or youth centre
Helping in your school (e.g., CAS committee or student council)
Speaking out about an injustice
Finding out about the water quality
Check out this phenomenal example by Mira Loma High School in the United States that was developed over a number of years.