Supporting Challenging Behaviors
This new technical assistance will be offered to classrooms statewide through an application process to receive strategies to prevent and intervene with challenging behaviors when they arise. Challenging behaviors have become a statewide and nationwide concern, not only for child care centers, but also for schools. The goal is to provide strategies early as a means of intervention and prevention to see long-term impact for children. This project will award stipend money, expanded to include support of classrooms to develop strategies for challenging behaviors.
Apply for the Challenging Behaviors Project
Apply online for the Challenging Behaviors project.
Eligibility Requirements for the Challenging Behaviors Project
Challenging Behaviors Project:
Challenging behaviors have become a statewide and nationwide concern, not only for childcare centers, but also for schools. The Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education, in collaboration with the Department of Human Resources, offers technical assistance to classrooms statewide. The Challenging Behaviors Project supports teachers of children from birth to age 5 with strategies to intervene and prevent challenging behaviors. The CONNECT Team brings their insight and experience to First Class Pre-K classrooms. To learn more and apply, select below.
Please contact Jo Lee-Lindstrom, Administrative Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org or 334-322-4467.