Training Type: In Person
Total Hours: 4
The Pyramid Model for Social and Emotional Development Module 3b April 1, 2019
This is Module 3b of the Pyramid Model training for social and emotional skills for young children. This module focuses on helping teams understand how to use the behavior hypothesis to collaboratively (within a team) design a behavior support plan for students with persistent challenging behavior. The triggers, behaviors, consequences and functions of children's persistent challenging behavior. The learning objectives for participants are as follows: 1) Define what persistent challenging behavior is. 2) Use a Support Planning Chart and Functional Assessment to address Triggers, Behaviors, and Responses with Prevention strategies, New Skills to Teach the child, and New Responses to make the challenging behavior ineffective. 3) Use tools to gather information from various sources about the form and purpose of challenging behavior 4) Learn different ways to collect data to evaluate the effectiveness of Behavior Support Plans.
- Child Development
- Observing & Assessing
- How We Teach
- What We Teach
This workshop is for the staff at the Learning Together Center in Barre, VT.