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Teaching / Assessment Classroom-ready resources to use with your students
Tool / Template Ready to make your own - tools for your school, classroom or community
Professional Learning & Development Workshops and info for supporting students
Online Training Modules For Board of Trustees and Health Services
Process Implementation and evaluation info
Webinar Webinar sessions on a variety of topics
Creating a student wellbeing framework
Use this facilitation guide and example to help create a student wellbeing framework.
How to explore further with students (screening and brief advice)
Helps AoD professionals deliver a workshop for pastoral staff around screening and brief advice.
How to facilitate classroom activities that feature alcohol and other drugs
Structure and resources for health teachers to deliver workshops for non-health teachers.
How to let students know you've noticed their attendance/achievement is slipping
This quick reference sheet can be tailored for your school and can help teachers talk with students.
How to support people from families under long term strain
This resource helps AoD professionals to deliver a workshop around supporting young people.
Introduction to alcohol and other drugs and how to talk about it
This resource helps AoD professionals deliver an introduction workshop around alcohol and drugs.
Introduction to alcohol and other drugs from a school-wide perspective
This resource helps AoD professionals to deliver an introduction workshop around alcohol and drugs.
Introduction to motivational interviewing
This resource helps skilled professionals deliver an introduction workshop.
Protective and risk factor worksheet
Use this checklist to identify how you can support a young person.
Video: Helping young people experiencing anxiety
In this webinar, Dunedin-based clinician Scott Turnbull provides an overview of anxiety, including…
Video: Tūturu webinar - how schools can respond to youth vaping
A webinar featuring Tūturu staff discussing how schools can respond to youth vaping