The Pyramid Framework within Early Intervention Programs: Promoting the Social Development of Infants and Toddlers
Judith Carta, Mary Louise Hemmeter, Linda Broyles, and Kathleen Baggett
This web and teleconference event included a recorded on-line presentation and a live teleconference discussion during which participants had the opportunity to ask presenters questions about the topic.
The recorded web presentation features speakers who have begun to apply the Teaching Pyramid to programs serving children from birth to 3 years and their families. Speakers describe how the Teaching Pyramid is being translated to programs for infants and toddlers, measures that can be used for universal screening and for monitoring children’s progress and tools that can verify how well programs are implementing the foundational elements of the pyramid. Additionally, a program director describes her program’s experience with the Teaching Pyramid and the benefits of implementing such a model.
- PowerPoint Presentation
- Promoting Social and Emotional Competence Training Modules: This set of training modules is focused on promoting the social emotional competence of infants and toddlers using the Pyramid Framework
- Infant Mental Health and Early Care and Education Providers Synthesis
- Two publications for parents on infant toddler behavior issues
Make the Most of Playtime
Responding to Your Child's Bite
- Hunter, A., & Hemmeter, M.L. (2009). The Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning: Addressing challenging behaviors in infants and toddlers. Zero to Three, 29(3), 5-12.