International School of Talents – Multicampus Programme
At International School of Talents – Multicampus, the IB Diploma Programme is offered to support and enhance the students’ learning process through experience.
Discovery, development and sharing of talents promoting the IB Learner Profile attributes, encouraging the artistic talents at Oderzo Campus.
An international mindset, by living in a day and boarding school, with international teachers and opportunities for exchange among students across the two campuses.
Diversity and inclusion, civic engagement, sustainability, digital citizenship, continuous learning, and ethics, in order to develop students’ high moral sense and a strong focus on social issue.
Students choose one subject from each of the five groups (1 to 5). Students should also choose either a subject from group 6 or a second subject from groups 2, 3, or 4.
Three courses are to be taken at “Higher Level” and three are to be taken at “Standard Level.” Higher-level subjects require 257 class hours over two years while Standard-level subjects require 160 class hours over two years.
Oderzo Course Offering
Studies in Language or Language and Literature
Individuals and Societies
CURRICULUM – The Common Path
The School implements a Talent-based model of education that embeds a multiple intelligence approach, orienting the student’s choices towards the fine and performative arts at Oderzo Campus and towards the digital world at Ca’ Tron Campus.
A common Diploma-Programme Coordinator is responsible of the day-to-day functioning of the combined programme across the campuses, monitoring the students’ progress, meeting with teachers for collaborative planning and taking care of the parents’ academic concerns and expectations.
The Curriculum is designed to facilitate concurrency of learning by offering a balanced choice of subjects across the two Campuses. Syllabus outlines reflect the concept-based syllabus, support the development of the IB learner profile and give the students opportunities for connections with EE, TOK and CAS.
EE – The Extended Essay
The Extended Essay is an independent, self-directed piece of research, concluding with a 4000-word paper.
The two campuses share common Internal Assessment and EE timelines, with teachers from both premises sitting in the EE panel.
TOK — Theory of Knowledge
TOK asks students to reflect on the nature of knowledge, and on how we know what we claim to know.
The TOK coordinator is responsible for the development of the programme on both campuses, monitoring the student’s progress and organising the “TOK day”, a special activity that occurs twice a year (in December and May) and engages the students and the teachers of both Oderzo and Ca’Tron.
CAS — Creativity, Activity, Service
CAS enables students to enhance their personal and interpersonal development by learning through experience. It provides opportunities for self-determination and collaboration with others, fostering a sense of accomplishment and enjoyment from their work.
Joint CAS projects are undertaken by the whole students’ cohort assisted by a common CAS Coordinator, with the support of CAS advisors on site.