ONLINE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING PROGRAMS
Resilience | Confidence | Persistence | Organisation | Getting Along
For over 20 years, Professor Michael Bernard and his colleagues have developed resources and training programs designed to strengthen the personal, social and performance capabilities of people of all ages.
Our online programs provide educators, parents and leaders with the learning tools to boost success, improve relationships, reduce stress, and promote optimal levels of wellbeing.
YCDI! is employed in schools world-wide including New Zealand, Romania, UK, USA. Over 1,000,000 students of all ages have participated in our programs.
You Can Do It! Parents provides latest research-proven resources for developing positive and effective parents as well as socially and emotionally capable young people.
Training programs and eLearning based on the latest international research in the mindset needed for high performance at work, social connecion and wellbeing.
FEATURED SCHOOL RESOURCES
The new third edition of this extremely popular online digital program now includes specific suggestions for teaching young children 3-4 years of age. These suggestions appear within the 32 lesson plans.
The program teaches the positive attitudes and social-emotional skills that develop young children’s resilience, confidence, persistence, organisation and getting along. A team of teachers experienced in social-emotional learning along with Professor Michael Bernard have contributed many new lessons.
Two short animations which introduce young children to Ricky Resilience, Connie Confidence, Pete Persistence, Oscar Organisation and Gabby Get Along.
The NEW Program Achieve curricula (Primary) contains lessons that teach attitudes, values/character strengths and social-emotional skills for success, relationships and wellbeing as well as for overcoming social-emotional blockers.
A scope and sequence have been developed based on this framework covering eight lessons for each of four terms across years 1 to 6 (192 lessons).
The NEW Program Achieve – Secondary is now available online providing teachers access to digital activity plans and downloadable Teacher Guides and Student Worksheets. This curriculum is deliberately designed to contain short, targeted activities delivered in 15 – 20 minute periods during the busy timetabled secondary school day.
The Successful Mind for School, Work and Life is a 10-session course designed for upper secondary students to prepare them for their final years in school, pre-employment and part-time work experiences and for life beyond school.
The digital Leader’s Guide contains background information and a session plan needed to conduct each of the 10 sessions.
Schools need to purchase a student handbook (4b. on the catalogue) for each participating student.
A distinctive feature of this course is its suitability to be delivered in career education classes with content linked to the CORE Skills for Work framework.
- Growth Mindset
- Character Strength
- Goal Setting
- Time Management
- Getting Along
FEATURED HOME RESOURCES
FEATURED WORK RESOURCES
This program contains a collection of parent education skill-building sessions designed to:
- Reduce parent stress and increase parent wellbeing
- Strengthen essential parenting skills related to relationship building, discipline, motivation and social-emotional learning
- Develop socially and emotionally highly competent children and adolescents
The evidence is clear to see. Parent education has a positive impact on parent stress, parent effectiveness and directly impacts children’s achievement and wellbeing. As such, schools have an important role to play in connecting their parent community to the vast literature on effective parenting through offering regular talks and workshops on different parenting practices.
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.
This highly acclaimed workshop presented to more than 10,000 people across Australia, is designed to promote participant self-awareness and self-management when faced with stressful situations including difficult people.
A specialised focus of the workshop is empowering people with the knowledge that “Things are neither good nor bad but thinking makes it so”. People will learn how to transform stress-creating ways of thinking as well as new coping skills for mastering stress.