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You Can Do It! Education (YCDI)

Bernard, 2006

You Can Do It! Education (YCDI) External Link is a school-home collaborative approach for developing the social and emotional capabilities of students of all ages.

The five core social and emotional skills taught in a variety of ways in YCDI are:

YCDI helps students develop 12 positive Habits of the Mind (e.g., self-acceptance, high frustration tolerance, acceptance of others) and eliminate negative Habits of the Mind (e.g., self-depreciation, low frustration tolerance, lack of other acceptance) as well as teaches students how by changing their thinking, they can influence their emotions and behaviours.

YCDI consists of p-Year 12 social and emotional learning curricula ( YCDI Early Childhood Program ; Program Achieve ) and classroom, school-wide and home practices for teaching and integrating the SELs taught in YCDI throughout the environment of young people.

Key:

Evident in the program/resource Evident in the program/resource

Consistent opportunities for knowledge and skill application beyond classroom lessons Consistent opportunities for knowledge and skill application beyond classroom lessons

Develops basic knowledge and skills practice Develops basic knowledge and skills practice

Year: P - 12

Seqenced structure: Evident in the program/resource

SEL Core Competencies

Self awareness

Social awareness

Self management

Responsible decision making

Relationship skills

Consistent opportunities for knowledge and skill application beyond classroom lessons

Consistent opportunities for knowledge and skill application beyond classroom lessons

Consistent opportunities for knowledge and skill application beyond classroom lessons

Consistent opportunities for knowledge and skill application beyond classroom lessons

Consistent opportunities for knowledge and skill application beyond classroom lessons

Links to Essential Learnings

Identity and personal development (SOSE)

Relationships and communicating (HPE)

Self management and resilience (HPE)

Healthy choices (HPE)

Evident in the program/resource

Evident in the program/resource

Evident in the program/resource

Evident in the program/resource

Other factors

Evidence of effectiveness

Based on theory

Student assessment

Professional development

Parents program

Evident in the program/resource

Evident in the program/resource

Evident in the program/resource

Evident in the program/resource

Evident in the program/resource

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