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Getting to Know You

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This questionnaire helps colleagues learn about each other to build collaborative relationships.

Inclusive Routines in Early Care and Learning: Collaborative Teams (Session 2)

Inclusion in Childcare Webinar Sept 23

In this second of three webinars, we will explore how early care and learning providers and programs can use environmental routines to engage in coaching and collaborative teaming. Participants will learn how teams can use inclusive routines to benefit children’s development, to promote provider competence and confidence in using inclusive practices, and to positively impact … Read more

Staff Buy-In Presentation

A sample slide deck that can be used by leadership teams for a buy-in presentation. Includes a link to how to conduct a buy-in presentation.

Self-Care for Teachers

When children engage in behavior that pushes your buttons, it is important to be intentional in how you respond. This resource provides strategies that you might use when a child’s behavior pushes your buttons to help you respond in a way that is supportive of the child.

Promoting Teacher Retention Through Pyramid Model Practices

Early educator attrition is a significant challenge in many early learning programs. This guidance sheet outlines the link between Pyramid Model Practices and teacher retention research. Pyramid Model Practices can provide supports to encourage teachers to remain in the field.


Pyramid Model Classroom Coach Raquel Lima how embracing collaboration between the Program Leadership Team, staff, and families leads to positive outcomes.

A Framework to Support Teachers

Principal Dr. Marilyn Torley, of the Clifton Early Learning Academy, explains how the Pyramid Model helps her to better support classroom teachers.

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