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Life at school in Australia and Japan: the impact of stress and support on bullying and adaptation to school
(Australian Association for Research in Education, 2001)
In this international, comparative study, path analysis was used to examine eight different aspects of Japanese and Australian students' experiences of school life in relation to their effect on adaptation to school. ...
"You Can't Have One without the Other" Transactions between Education and Wellbeing for Indigenous Peoples
(Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, 2007)
We start with a story from one of our authors that tells about the possibility of change. The need for change is highlighted by a short review of the dire situation in health and education for many Indigenous peoples. We ...
"If you are just sick you could make your own chicken soup". But if it's a mental illness "you can't fix yourself". Teaching secondary school students about mental illness.
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2006-11)
This paper reports a classroom based investigation into the MindMatters curriculum resource “Understanding Mental Illness” (UMI). We observed the teaching of the UMI module in three secondary classrooms. We measured students’ ...
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 ...
Quality Assurance for KidsMatter Primary: a scoping paper
(Flinders University, 2011-05)
This Scoping Paper reviews and details options for the ongoing quality assurance of KidsMatter Primary
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 ...