Research shows that teaching practices that promote inclusiveness and key cognitive skills can improve resilience and limit vulnerabilities for violence, risk-taking and other anti-social behaviours among school students.

This free self-paced course:

  • provides evidence-based teaching practices that will help you create a positive classroom climate
  • outlines strategies to strengthen your teacher–student relationships
  • gives you a range of tools, techniques and links that support the development of student resilience and inclusiveness in your classroom.
Choose from three free modules
Self paced modules
Resources and links
Certificate of completion for the course

What's in the course?

  • Three free informative modules
  • Complete the self-paced modules at any time
Module 1

Introduction and knowing your students

This module provides information and strategies for improving your relationship with students and promoting student resilience. Explore the factors that build resilience, and learn about the extent to which teachers can be an asset and a resource in counteracting a vulnerable mindset.

Module 2

Your classroom

What happens in your classroom has an impact on student engagement. Learn how to create a safe and engaging classroom environment. Assess your classroom climate and strengthen classroom expectations.

Module 3

Your teaching

Access tools to build student resilience, teach conflict resolution and critical thinking skills. Discover how growth mindsets promote inclusiveness.

What you'll receive

Certificate aligned to the Framework and the AITSL Professional Standards for Teachers.

Lesson plans
Case studies