WORKSHOPS, TALKS & EVENTS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WEBINAR + ELEARNING COURSE
Helping young people develop self-belief and social-emotional skill for achievement and wellbeing
This professional development session consists of a one-hour webinar plus access to a self-paced nine-module elearning course that can be completed in your own time.
Topics focused on:
- Proven YCDI! Classroom and School-Wide Practices
- Improved student wellbeing, resilience, learning potential and anxiety management
- How to lead YCDI! Education at your school
Who should enroll
For educators and mental health practitioners who teach and work with children and adolescents (4 – 18yrs. +).
- If you are seeking a comprehensive, across year-level wellbeing program aligned with ACARA and listed as a best practice by Be You (https://beyou.edu.au/)
- If you are new to YCDI! Education
- If you want to re-invigorate YCDI! at your school
- If you have responsibility for staff development
Webinar – Wed. 9 September 2020 [4 – 5pm]
Michael Bernard will lead this session highlighting the importance of student self-belief. He will present the latest YCDI! theory and practice for effective implementation and describe YCDI!’s unique contribution to strengthening self-belief and raising resilience.
Participants will have an opportunity to have their questions answered.
Professor Michael Bernard (University of Melbourne), Founder, You Can Do It! Education
- Raising resilience
- School-wide practices
- The role of parents
This online, self-paced training course is accessible through individual LOGINs (included with each webinar registration). The course takes approx. 4.5 hours to complete and is accessible for 90-days. Presented by Michael Bernard, it consists of 9 interactive modules and a 123-page, on-line interactive guide which participants can download for ongoing reference.
- Social-emotional learning
- You Can Do It! Education
- YCDI! social-emotional learning curricula
- Teaching social-emotional skills
- School-wide practices for building critical mass
- Teaching students how to change the way they think
- Overcoming student social-emotional difficulties
- The strength of self-acceptance
- Parent education