You Can Do It! Education’s core purpose is the development of young people’s social and emotional capabilities, including the five foundations: confidence (academic, social), persistence, organisation, getting along, and emotional resilience. 

Central to the development of these five foundations is to instil, support and nourish in young people the 12 ‘Habits of the Mind’ 

For more than 20 years, ​in excess of 1,000,000 early childhood, primary and secondary students have participated in You Can Do It! Education programs in more than 5000 schools. 

You Can Do It! Education ... every second, of every minute, of every day, for every child​

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YCDI! and the Australian National Curriculum

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You Can Do It! Education workshops, presentations and programs for educators, parents and students have been developed by Professor Michael Bernard, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, in collaboration with experienced educators and mental health practitioners.

YCDI! in Laurimar Primary SchoolThe powerful impact of YCDI!

The staff and students at Laurimar Primary School, in Victoria are experiencing the positive benefits of YCDI! Don't take our word for it - Listen to some of the results they’ve achieved using the YCDI! program.


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Every Child Every DayNEW RESOURCE: Every Child Every Day

Every Child Every Day is a compilation of highly engaging activities that integrate the use of art, poetry, drama and the internet.



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Curriculum and instructional resource guides for educators, mental health practitioners as well as parent education programs are research-based, and have been developed by Professor Michael E Bernard, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne.