Working to make a difference for children
who display challenging behavior


Interactive features

Teachers, parents, or other professionals working with children who display challenging behaviors often feel isolated or alone. Many don't know where to go for help or, many times, the answer to their questions cannot be found readily. If you have a particular question, want to share a successful intervention with others, or see what experts in the field are saying, several opportunities are available.

Web Quest Exercise

Upon completion of this WebQuest, you will be familiar with various support features available on the Behavior Home Page. Thus, when presented with questions concerning children with challenging behavior, you should be able to use the Behavior Home Page as a resource.

Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Reality 101

Reality 101 is CEC's blog written for new special and gifted education teachers, by new special and gifted education teachers. You must be a member of CEC to join this discussion forum. If you are a member, sign-in and start discussing. If you are not a member and wish to join, go to the CEC Membership Web page.

Council for Children with Behavior Disorder (CCBD) Ning

You must be a MEMBER of CCBD to join in this discussion. If you are a member, sign-in and start talking! If you are not a member yet, go to the CCBD Web site and join!

Connection to Professional Organizations on Facebook

KyCCBD Facebook Page
KyCEC Facebook Page