The Bridge School
Self-Determination Program

Unit 2: Self-Knowledge

Introduction

Through these activities mentors and mentees share things they like and that are important to them.

They engage in discussions and activities to develop awareness about themselves as individuals and document the qualities and traits that make them unique.

They begin to develop awareness about themselves as learners expressing their preferences, strengths and needs.

They also develop awareness about the importance of being members of a community (classroom, school, city, etc.) and the rights and responsibilities they have as individuals within that community.

Self-Knowledge Activities are currently being adapted for Lower Elementary students. These activities are similar to those found in the other curricular sections - to view these activities, go to Upper Elementary and Middle School.