KoolKIDS is an evidence-based approach to social and emotional learning (SEL) in schools that empowers kids to live well with themselves and with others.

Schools and parents are increasingly recognising the importance of social and emotional wellbeing and its positive impact on a student’s future, academic achievement and overall mental health.  SEL skills are teachable and young people who learn mastery of these skills become better students today and adults tomorrow, contributing positively to society, the economy, and help instil a vibrant democracy.

The development of the KooLKIDS program has been led by Professor Annemaree Carroll, Associate Dean Research in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Professor in Educational Psychology within the School of Education at The University of Queensland.  Her research focuses on the impact of emotions, attention and behaviour on learning throughout child and adolescent development and developing strategies that translate into educational outcomes.

Key features

  • A school-based program delivered in a school setting by the classroom teacher
  • Mapped to the Australian National Curriculum (Health) and the personal and social capabilities set by ACARA
  • Helps kids build in-demand 21stC skills such as emotional intelligence, collaboration, creativity, judgement and decision-making, and negotiation
  • Proven product efficacy; published in numerous scientific journals; trusted by educators
  • Engaging content and narrative that drives engagement with young learners.

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