Everyone needs practical strategies and materials to help with challenging behavior in young children (especially those that research has shown to be highly effective). This training walks participants through The Teaching Tools for Young Children with Challenging Behavior resource (also known as TTYC). This tool is packed with strategies based on Positive Behavior Support and the Pyramid Model that are collected in one resource and easily accessible through a free website. Participants will receive a “toolkit” containing resources for the prevention of challenging behaviors (tips, forms, guides, and practical ideas that promote problem solving skills, friendship development, and social skill instruction, all of which are critical to the core development of school readiness), and have the opportunity to create two of the most essential items that help combat behavior issues in the classroom. This training will be conducted by Renae Lingafelt-Beeker, M.Ed., a Behavior Specialist with Child Care Resource Center.
Presenter(s): Renae Lingafelt-Beeker, Behavior Specialist; Emily Norman
Credit Hours: 2
*Space limited to 12 participants.*
*All trainings will run from approximately 6:30-8:30pm unless otherwise noted. A non-refundable $5 registration fee is required for all trainings, except for CPR/First Aid, which will be $30. In addition to the $5 registration fee, participants are to complete a Training Registration Form. Forms are available at our office or on our website www.yadkinchild.org, under the “Calendar” tab. If you have any questions, please reach out to Carolyn Choplin at 336-679-7833.