I Can Problem Solve (ICPS)
Initiative Description: I Can Problem Solve (ICPS), a universal prevention program with a focus on children’s cognitive processes and problem-solving skills delivered over the course of 83 lessons taught three to five times per week, results in increased prosocial behaviors and reduced aggressive behaviors among the group of 6- to 8-year-old instruction students.
Study Results: Increased prosocial behavior and reduced aggressive behaviors.
Reference: Boyle, D., & Hassett-Walker, C. (2008). Reducing overt and relational aggression among young children: the results from a two-year outcome evaluation. Journal of School Violence, 7(1), 27-42
Level of Evidence: Very Good