5TH EDITION

PROGRAM ACHIEVE

A SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING CURRICULA

EARLY CHILDHOOD / PRIMARY / SECONDARY

LESSONS NOW INCLUDE BRAIN-BASED SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Since the brain is central to all learning, it makes sense to know how students’ brains learn best. In YCDI!, we support students’ mental development through brain-based, social-emotional learning activities. This leads to better engagement, effective learning, improved memory and application. Helping students, calm their amygdala and develop various pre-frontal cortex functions is enormously beneficial for life.
Michael E. Bernard
Founder, You Can Do It! Education

PROGRAM ACHIEVE EARLY CHILDHOOD

Program Achieve Early Childhood social-emotional learning curriculum

Early Childhood Lesson 17. We Can Be Confident Like Connie

Early Childhood Brain-based activity example from Lesson 17
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Early Childhood Lesson 25. High Five For Resilience!

PROGRAM ACHIEVE PRIMARY

Program Achieve Primary social-emotional learning curriculum

Year 1 Lesson 24. How To Be Happy

Program Achieve Primary brain-based activity example from Year 1 Lesson 24

Year 5 Lesson 10. Character Strengths In Action

Year 3 Lesson 17. Emotional Buttons

PROGRAM ACHIEVE SECONDARY

Program Achieve Secondary social-emotional learning curriculum

Years 7 & 8 Activity 4. Work Confidence

Years 9 & 10 Activity 12. Empathy. Walk A Mile In Someone's Shoes

Understanding ‘how and why’ different learning tasks help or hinder the abilities of our students’ brains is enormously empowering as a teacher. To learn what neuroscience has revealed about how the brain influences students’ learning and discover the science behind the learning activities that form part of the You Can Do It! Education Program Achieve lessons read our technical report.

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Arousing student curiosity and attention with stimulating images, props and discussion

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Heightening brain chemical levels with interactive learning activities

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Challenging tasks which develop students’ pre-frontal cortex

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