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Community Leadership Implementation Plan (Spanish)

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This is a form to assist Community Leadership Teams with action steps and meeting tracking. The translation of this document was performed by a third party. NCPMI makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the translation.

Classroom Collaboration Workstyle Discussion Guide (Spanish)

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This tool can be used by practitioners working in a classroom to begin to open communication about how they are best able to work as a collaborative team. The translation of this document was performed by a third party. NCPMI makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the translation.

ECSE Professional Development Facilitator/Pyramid Model Content Lead

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MNCoE created this PTR-YC Implementation Guide to support Pyramid Model Implementation Sites in creating the structures that are necessary for PTR-YC to be scaled and sustained! We in Minnesota found that Implementation Sites had a degree of work to do around creating the structures that make PTR-YC happen, so we took this opportunity to create … Read more

ECSE Professional Development Facilitator/Pyramid Model Content Lead

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Thanks to the MN Centers of Excellence for Young Children with Disabilities Project for sharing their newly created resource to assist their PM Implementation Sites to clearly define Behavior Coach roles and provide sites with questions to reflect on to determine what that role will look like in their program.

Teaching Pyramid Infant-Toddler Observation Scale (TPITOS) Tips of the Week

Check out Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool (TPOT) and Teaching Pyramid Infant-Toddler Observation Scale (TPITOS) Tips of the Week! These are two products that have identified tips for teachers, coaches and teams to help support using TPOT and TPITOS practices in the classroom Each tip has a brief youtube video to demonstrate that skill. Our thanks … Read more

Recognition of Exemplary Implementation of Pyramid Model Practices

HRA Early Child Care Program in New Britain, CT is recognizing staff for exemplary Pyramid Model implementation. This recognition initiative is a way for staff, families and administration to recognize each other, as they support program-wide implementation. It is to incentivize staff by applauding their efforts.

Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool (TPOT) Tip of the week

Check out Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool (TPOT) and Teaching Pyramid Infant-Toddler Observation Scale (TPITOS) Tips of the Week! These are two products that have identified tips for teachers, coaches and teams to help support using TPOT and TPITOS practices in the classroom Each tip has a brief YouTube video to demonstrate that skill. Our thanks … Read more

Taming Your TPOT Fears

Completing TPOT observations is a critical step in Practice Based Coaching. Taming Your TPOT Fears is a scripted story written to help explain the TPOT observation process to teachers and other classroom staff. Thanks to Erin Sizemore from USF in creating a resource modeling one of the strategies we often suggest for children.

Behavior Support Plan Flow Chart

A new decision tree resource from Clifford Beers and Yale-New Haven Hospital Daycare Center that offers staff more guidance on how to proceed with addressing challenging behaviors including where BIRs and PTR-YC strategies are incorporated in the process, as well as other community options that may be appropriate for helping teachers and staff understand the … Read more

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