The ability to notice the type of thinking that is, or was, happening in any context and identify how that affects how they think, feel and respond to situations in their lives.
Relating to Others:
Become aware of how their words and actions affect themselves and how they then choose to relate to others.
Language, Texts and Symbols:
Create a personal vocabulary to describe and communicate emotions and needs to more effectively understand and respond to their own needs and the needs of their whanau, friends and communities.
Students who manage themselves are able to make choices and take actions to care for themselves. By better knowing themselves and possessing a tool-kit to care for themselves they know when to lead, when to follow, and when and how to act independently.
Participating and Contributing:
By empowering young people with tools to better understand and manage themselves they develop confidence to willingly participate in new experiences and cultivate a sense of belonging