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Collaboration with parents/carers in KidsMatter school
(Sense Publications, 2017)
Implementing a new initiative in mental health in Australian primary schools
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2009-11)
Student wellbeing is of central concern for parents/caregivers and teachers and for state and national governments. In Australia in recent times several major initiatives have been undertaken to address the area of student ...
KidsMatter Early Childhood Evaluation in Services with High Proportions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children
(Shannon Research Press, 2012-09)
This is the report of an evaluation of the implementation of KidsMatter Early Childhood (KMEC) in early child care services with relatively higher proportions of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander children situated within ...
Involvement in Bullying During High School: A Survival Analysis Approach
(Springer Publishing Company, 2018-06-01)
Knowledge about the risks of bullying involvement during any year of high school is an important element of interventions for changing the likelihood of being bullied. Three cohorts of Australian students (n = 1,382) were ...
KidsMatter Early Childhood Evaluation Report
(Shannon Research Press, 2012-07)
KidsMatter Early Childhood is the Australian national early childhood mental health promotion, prevention and early intervention initiative specifically developed for early childhood services. It was trialled in 111 long ...
KidsMatter Primary Evaluation Final Report
(Flinders University, 2009-12)
KidsMatter is an approach to the promotion of good mental health, the prevention of mental illness, and early intervention where problems arise. It requires a whole-of-school approach and has four key components – a positive ...
IB middle years program (MYP): Student social-emotional well-being and school success practices
(International Baccalaureate Organisation, 2014-04)
Exploring Three Measures of Student Wellbeing
(Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global), 2015)
There has been limited consensus on how young people's wellbeing should be measured (O'Hare & Gutierrez, 2012). One approach, suggested by Lau and Bradshaw (2010), is that people’s subjective judgments capture the essence ...