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Pyramid Model Overview:
Sat, May 6, 2017, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM EDT
Pyramid Model Overview: How the Pyramid Model Promotes Social-Emotional Development & Prevents Challenging Behavior
The research is pretty clear: social-emotional competencies are a key component to success in life and learning, and are most easily developed during early childhood. The Pyramid Model is a powerful framework early childhood teachers can use to promote social-emotional development and prevent challenging behaviors. During this overview seminar, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the importance of healthy social emotional development in young children, factors that influence behaviors, and causes of challenging behaviors in young children. A variety of tools, props, and activities will help participants understand and begin to implement each component of the Pyramid Model.
Trainer Pam Pace, Education Specialist Healthy Social Behaviors Initiative firstname.lastname@example.org 919.210.8852
Cost: FREE Spaces are limited, register early! 0.5 CEU Accepted by DCDEE as 5 contact hours
(Lunch/snacks provided) Must attend entire session to receive credit.
To Register ( Online Registration Preferred ) On the web: To view and register for this event visit http://www.childcareresourcesinc. org/how-to/register-for-training/ By Mail: Send the completed Child Care Resources Inc. registration form to: David Mason, Registrar Child Care Resources Inc. 4600 Park Road, Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28209 Registration questions? Contact: 704.376.6697 x 136