Schools sign up all families for the annual membership. The annual school membership provides each staff member and families with access to a wide variety of parent elearning programs, insight articles and audio & video programs for children and adolescents.
Equipped with this knowledge and skills your parents can contribute even more to helping their children achieve to the best of their ability and to experience high levels of wellbeing.
All families and staff members gain access to the complete course catalogue of Parent E-learning courses including articles, audio and visual content. Modular and mobile-friendly it is easy for busy parents and teachers read at their own pace.
Short e-learning Parenting Programs
Parent Insight Articles
Child and Adolescent Elearning
Set of five hand puppets featured in the YCDI! Early Childhood Program Achieve (2nd Edition): Connie Confidence, Pete Persistence, Oscar Organisation, Gabby Get Along, Ricky Resilience
A colourful classroom poster of an Emotional Thermometer that teaches students to reflect on their level of emotional upset and asks them the question “Are you keeping calm?” Each poster measures 119cm long and 41cm wide. The posters are folded and mailed in an A4 post bag. Posters can be laminated for display.
A colourfully illustrated poster that can be displayed in the classroom to provide a visual representation of a Catastrophe Scale that helps children and young people keep things in perspective.
Each poster measures 119cm long and 41cm wide. The posters are folded and mailed in an A4 post bag. Posters can be laminated for display.
This poster depicts
8 common stressful situations encountered by students of all ages that can
create stress including feelings of inadequacy and low self-esteem. Students
are encouraged to internalise the attitude of Self-Acceptance (“I am me and
that’s OK”) an important element of the psychological armour needed for strong
resilience. Self-acceptance inoculates students leading to protection from
adversity and is the cornerstone attitude for preventing and reducing mental
health problems and enhancing wellbeing and flourishing.
Each poster measures 59cm
long and 84cm wide. The posters are folded and mailed in an A4 post bag.
Posters can be laminated for display.
illustrates a key idea that underpins student positive mental health and
wellbeing; namely, Things are neither
good nor bad but thinking makes it so. Once this principle is taught,
students become aware of the power they have over the way they think leading to
appropriate feelings and goal-directed behaviours. They feel less helpless and
victimised and experience greater self-efficacy and confidence.
This online program is ideal for teachers new to You Can Do It! Education as well as those familiar with YCDI! Education seeking an update of theory and practice. Presented by Professor Michael Bernard, the program consists of 9 interactive modules covering the following topics:
Participants receive a digital guide by Michael Bernard Social-Emotional Learning for All: Best Practice of You Can Do It! Education (125 pages) that summarises key content from all nine topics. Participants work through the program in their own time and place. Each module takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.
This online program presented by
Professor Michael Bernard is ideal for new and experienced educators and school
leaders seeking tools for strengthening resilience needed to cope with the
demands and challenges of working in schools. The learning objectives of the
Participants receive a digital
guide by Michael Bernard, The Resilient Educator Workbook (55 pages) that summarises key
content. Participants work through the program in their own time and place. The program takes approximately 2 – 3 hours to complete.
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This workshop presents the basic theory and practice of YCDI! Education as it relates to increasing student achievement, positive behaviour and wellbeing.
Teachers will learn how to help develop student confidence, persistence, organisation, getting along and resilience as well as positive Attitudes (e.g. optimism, high frustration tolerance and self-acceptance).
YCDI! Education training includes classroom and school-wide practices and the use of YCDI! student development curricula (YCDI! Early Childhood Program Achieve, 3rd Ed., NEW Program Achieve). Ideal for a school new to YCDI! Education or with new staff or staff needing a refresher in YCDI!
This highly acclaimed half-day workshop presented at hundreds of primary and secondary schools and enjoyed by over 10,000 teachers is designed to promote self-awareness and self-management in the face of tough work situations and people. The Resilient Educator helps teachers and administrators develop positive attitudes and social and emotional skills to perform at their best.
This workshop is an ideal experience for teachers to gain greater understanding and appreciation of the attitudes and social-emotional skills taught in YCDI! Education social-emotional learning curricula.
Step 1. Take Stock
Step 2. Take Control
Step 3. Take Action
This workshop designed for primary and lower secondary-level classroom teachers focuses on the integration of personal, social and learning attitudes and skills during the teaching of literacy and numeracy.
Goals of the AB4L Professional Development Program
Published research indicates that the AB4L teaching program strengthens students’ attitudes and social-emotional skills needed for engagement, cooperative learning, independent classwork and homework and leads to an improvement in reading comprehension of students in the lower 50% of achievement.
AB4L practices that teachers develop further
AB4L enables a student to
This workshop is presented by a YCDI! Education trainer to students to strengthen their social and emotional skills including positive attitudes.
A school may select from the following list of attitudes and social-emotional skills taught to students:
Presented by a YCDI! Education trainer, this workshop combines animated video, discussion topics and group activities, students learn rational self-talk and coping skills to deal with teasing, bullying and other forms of anti-social behaviour. They learn to use the following four-step strategy when faced with bullying:
Step 1. Use positive self-talk
Step 2. Communicate to bully that you are not being hurt
Step 3. Find friends
Step 4. Seek professional help
This program is presented by a YCDI! Education trainer to students to strengthen their social and emotional skills including positive attitudes that will help them to:
At your school, a YCDI! Education Trainer can present a parent education session to groups of parents/caregivers of children of all ages. These engaging and informative presentations include handouts, discussion and interactive activities.
In this talk, participants will learn:
In this talk, parents will learn the importance of:
In this talk, parents will learn: