Alignment with Be You Domains
Alignment with Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)
- Not applicable
Alignment with Australian Curriculum
- Health and PE
- Secondary school
- Small group
- Whole class
- Whole school
AimsYou Can Do it! Education's Program Achieve for the secondary years teaches students social-emotional skills (resilience, confidence, persistence, organisation, getting along).
Program theoryInternal motivation, rational emotive behaviour therapy, growth mindset, interpersonal cognitive problem-solving.
TopicsCurricula activities teach attitudes, social-emotional skills and character strengths organised into four themes: achievement, relationships, wellbeing (resilience, happiness), social-emotional blockers (anxiety, depressions, anger, procrastination, not paying attention).
Program structure32 session (30 minutes weekly) at each year level from Years 7 to 10.
- Wellbeing leader
Instructor trainingE-learning course: 9 modules (30 minutes per module).
Supporting resources or materials available with program
Origin of program
Summary of evidence factors
This is a summary of the evaluation or research study characteristics that contribute to the program’s evidence rating.
Positive impact on at least one outcome for children and/or young people?
The study reported positive outcomes.
Link between program description and theory of change
Theory of change refers to whether there was a comprehensive description and illustration of how and why a desired change is expected to happen in a particular context.
Type of study design reported.
|Randomised control trial
The degree to which the program authors were involved in the research.
Summary of implementation factors
This is a summary of the program’s characteristics that contribute to its implementation rating.
Feedback sought from participants
Participants enjoyed the program and understood its benefits.
Feedback sought from instructors
Instructors enjoyed the program and understood its benefits.
Groups program is not suitable for
Groups the program wouldn't be suitable for or that required further research to determine suitability.
Training provided during study
The model of training provided.
|Face to face, all instructors, in person
Ongoing instructor support provided during study
Whether ongoing support is provided.
This is a summary of the context in which the evidence for the program was established.
Pre school, primary school (Foundation to Year 6), secondary school (Years 7 to 12).
Country of Study/s
The location in which the evidence or research was conducted.
Evaluation of program in culturally and linguistically diverse populations
Provider has included culturally and linguistically diverse people when assessing the program.
Evaluation of program in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people
Provider has included Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples when assessing the program.
Evaluation of program in low socioeconomic groups
Program has evaluated a diverse socio-economic population in their research.
Developmental based adaptations to program design and delivery
Shorter sessions for younger students or activities are adjusted for age appropriateness.
Evaluation of program in children and young people with disability and/or learning difference
Provider has included participants with a disability or learning difference when assessing the program.
Last updated: 21 April 2022