Determining implementation drivers in resilience education
Grant number: LP160100428 | Funding period: 2016 - 2020
This project aims to develop implementation frameworks to help the education sector universally provide resilience education programmes. More young people have mental health problems. Although evidence-based resilience education reduces these problems, education sectors do not know how to address barriers to school provision. The solution is implementation research. This project will study system and school-level factors influencing primary and high school uptake of social and emotional learning curricula that enhance resilience; and implementation drivers at both system and school levels, and influences on uptake and student and staff resilience. The outcome is universal provision of resili..View full description
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The role of gender, setting and experience in teacher beliefs and intentions in social and emotional learning and respectful relationships education
Andres Molina, Helen Cahill, Babak Dadvand
In this paper, we examine teacher beliefs and advocacy intentions in relation to provision of social and emotional learning (SEL) ..