Purpose and Expectations: Infinity Week is a chance for students to reflect on the things that they enjoy doing; that they are good at or would like to get better at, but also have some positive impact on the community, the environment, society. Together with a group or a partner, students should think about what they might enjoy Doing, Learning, Creating or Taking Acting On. The project can be a creative one, an athletic one or as part of a club or an engagement with a community partner to participate in community service. The project can take place on campus or off campus. Each group will have a Teacher Mentor to help guide students through the Project Tasks, Planning and Presentation.
Learning Outcomes: Each project must address at least two of the IB CAS Learning Outcomes. Learning Outcomes - CAS - WAB Learns at Western Academy of Beijing
Types of Projects : There are two types of projects available
Off Campus Community Partner projects. These projects involve visiting a WAB community partner and working on a project together. Each of these projects are global service projects which follow the learning outcome: Global Significance. There is no proposal necessary for this option. You may choose one of the following:
See the descriptions of these project attached. Make sure to contact Ms. Crouch right away if you are interested in this option. Space is limited!
On Campus Student or Teacher Designed projects. Students and teachers can design their own projects by making a proposal based on the following expectations. Only projects that are well-structured, thoughtful, connected to learning outcomes and have some positive impact on the community will be selected. Maximum number of students per project is 5. Additionally, students can work independently. Use the instructions below to develop your proposal.