Helping Children with Challenging Behavior

Helping Children with Challenging Behavior

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By Michelle Giddens

Bibb County Extension is sponsoring a statewide Tuning in to Kids™ (TIK) Training focusing on Helping Children with Challenging Behavior. The series starts Monday, January 27, at 5:30pm and continues through Thursday, March 3rd. This FREE program is open to parents, teachers, social workers, anyone who works with children. CEU’s are available

Research has shown that children with higher emotional intelligence (ei):

  • Have greater success with making and keeping friends
  • Have better concentration at school
  • Are better able to calm down

Tuning in to Kids™ helps children develop emotional intelligence. This program is free of charge and will be held on Zoom. To register go to https://aub.ie/Jan-TiK or
call 334-844-3772. For more information: play@auburn.edu 

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As the Bibb County Coordinator for Alabama Extension, Michelle Giddens coordinates the implementation of all Extension programs in Bibb County in many program areas. These program areas include 4-H and Youth Development, Animal Sciences, Food Safety and Quality, Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources, Human Nutrition, Diet and Health, Family and Child Development, Family Resource Management and Workforce Development, Commercial Horticulture, Home Grounds, Gardens and Home Pests, Farm and Agribusiness Management, and Community and Economic Development. Her experience includes with the eXtension Initiative at the University of Nebraska and with the eXtension Foundation; California State University, Fresno and Central Community College in Grand Island, NE. She currently serves on the board for Brierfield Fire and Rescue, a volunteer fire department serving Brierfield and Six Mile communities in Alabama