Activities' Guiding Principles: Principle #3
Participants have the opportunity to act rather than be acted upon.
In Activites, students are in the driver’s seat. From choosing to simply enjoy worthwhile events, to using talents to teach other students, Activities is about learning the power of individual action. In other words, participants have the opportunity to learn the principle “act rather than be acted upon.” The program is developed to enable students take the lead in making choices, creating new things, struggling with and solving problems and making things happen. Students learn how powerful ‘acting for themselves’ can be.