SEL Through Education
Curriculum-aligned & Evidence-based
150+ Age Appropriate
The learning content of Life Skills GO:
Draws on the core competencies established by CASEL in their social emotional learning framework, while also incorporating mindfulness science and positive psychology principles, together with effective pedagogical practices.
Record how each student is feeling from a selection of emotions.
Identify their emotions to help communicate and regulate these feelings.
View classes weather reports, make comments on individual students to explain why they feel a certain way, and provide support for students in emotional distress.
Breakdowns of the students weather report over time is generated, which is valuable for parent-teacher conferences, determining trends and whether behavioural intervention is required.
Using the class report, if a number of students are in emotional overload and not ready to learn, the teacher can use the Prepare for Learning tool.
The teacher selects an emotion that reflects the weather report choices of the class (or a selection of students) and an automatically generated mindfulness exercise video of 2-3 minutes will play.
It can be then assigned to individual students who display disruptive behaviour
This function has been successful in calming students down, and ensures they can learn effectively.
View which lessons (across every class) have been completed.
Track progress of your wellbeing strategy implementation.
See exactly which lessons have been covered, their progress against curriculum outcomes, and the whole school's progress down to the individual student.
View automated assessments of quiz and game responses.
Manually assess open-ended questions and activities.
Gain visibility on how students are tracking with their understanding of concepts.
Analyse your students' wellbeing and their readiness to learn.
Access automated strategies to support social-emotional literacy and wellbeing.
View results at an individual level.
Identify emotional patterns over time.
Measure impact of whole-school wellbeing initiatives.
Student wellbeing is tracked over time - through quick and easy self-assessment designed to provide clear insight into student wellbeing trends.
200+ online age-based lessons across six key learning areas of social, emotional learning.
100+ printable resources including posters, mindful practice cards, character strength cards & fundamental movement skill activities.
100+ video age appropriate resources including brain breaks, guided breathing exercises, guided visualisations, mindful exercises and relaxation stories.
Weekly activity sets to assist with lesson planning.
All content is evidence-based and aligned to several education frameworks (Australian & State Curriculum / CASEL / Skills for 21st Century Learning (WEF)).
Independently assessed and approved by Be You (Beyond Blue).
The unit aims to develop students’ understanding of persistence and provide then with the opportunities to learn and practice strategies that will help them persevere and overcome setbacks with greater ease.
This unit develops students’ abilities to identify their emotions and introduces strategies to help them name, understand, express and manage them. This provides teachers with the tools to create an optimal learning environment and ensures that the wellbeing data collected is accurate, reliable and informative.
The unit aims to equip students with the necessary skills to develop and manage respectful relationships. More specifically, it aims to introduce specific social skills such as effective listening, mindful communications, negotiation, compassion and forgiveness. These character strengths are the fundamental skills needed to get along with others.