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Early Childhood Education and Training Program

Addressing Challenging Behavior: An Overview of the Pyramid Model

The Pyramid Model for Supporting Social Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children is a sound framework of evidence-based practices developed by the Center for the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL) and the Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention (TACSEI) to promote social and emotional competence in early care and education systems. The Pyramid Model provides universal supports to all children to promote wellness, targeted services to those who need more support, and intensive services to those who need them.

Date aired: 6/23/2016
Date added to library: 09/22/2016

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Pyramid Model, social emotional development, challenging behavior, feelings, hot buttons, spitting, shining, biting, defiance, scratching, hitting, yelling, Rob Corso, tiers, CSEFEL, environments, relationships, foundation, framework, teaching, implementation, obstacles, worse before better, solution cards, Tucker Turtle, problem solving, changes, framework, Pyramid Thoughts, Rochester Childfirst Network, RCN, Corso Pyramid, Pyramid Model Consortium, Obstacles of Implementation, Pyramid Model Strategies, Stories of Change