Below you will find brief summaries of the key components of Project ALERT.
Project ALERT consists of 11 core lessons and three booster lessons, and each of those lessons. All lessons include a lesson plan and slides, while some also include student handouts, videos, or posters to help deliver the lesson content. All materials used in the Project ALERT curriculum are available on this website, and can be downloaded as individual files or as a lesson-specific ZIP file. Please create a Project ALERT account to access the curriculum.Learn More
The online training program is designed to help you successfully implement Project ALERT in your classroom. We encourage everyone delivering the lessons to complete the training first. The training begins with a program overview and is followed by a module dedicated to each individual lesson. We anticipate that the full training will take approximately six hours to complete. Please create a Project ALERT account to access the training modules.Learn More
Project ALERT has been successfully implemented by organizations around the United States. Presented below are selected reports about this past experience that we hope will help guide future implementations.Learn More
These candid interviews and fictional short films provide helpful conversation starters, amplifying Project ALERT lesson plans.Learn More
Posters were developed to visually demonstrate concepts included in lesson plans.Learn More
To support the implementation of Project ALERT we periodically send out an e-newsletter that will help keep you up-to-date on project goings on. This is our main mode of communication about any updates made to curriculum materials, research participation opportunities, news about current implementations, and other relevant items of interest.Learn More