Table 1

Resilience intervention standards
Curriculum, teaching and learning
· 100% of students in Grade 7-10 receive a minimum of 12 age-appropriate resilience lessons across subjects (e.g. implementation of MindMatters curriculum resources) [38]
· 100% of students in Grade 7-10 receive an additional 9 hours of non-curriculum based resilience programs (e.g. implementation of the ‘Resourceful Adolescent Program [34]
Ethos and environment
· Rewards and recognition program implemented across the whole school
· Peer support/peer mentoring programs implemented across the whole school
· Anti-bullying programs implemented across the whole school
· Cultural awareness program implemented across the whole school
· Teacher offered training to implement effective pedagogy within learning environments (e.g. MindMatters Teaching and Learning for Engagement) [38]
Partnerships and services
· Promotion and engagement of local community organisations/groups/clubs in the school (e.g. charity organisations, church or sporting groups)
· Promotion and engagement of health and community services in the school (e.g. Youth and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services)
· School implement strategies to increase parental involvement in school (e.g. school events, effective parent communication strategies)
· School promotes strategies to address students resilience at home (e.g. newletters regarding enhancing student resilience)

Hodder et al.

Hodder et al. BMC Public Health 2012 12:1009   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-1009

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