NYS Pyramid Model Training
Presented by the SEL Center at Children's Institute
- NYS Pyramid Model Preschool Module 1: Building Relationships and Creating Supportive Environments
- NYS Pyramid Model Preschool Module 2: Social Emotional Teaching Strategies
- NYS Pyramid Model Preschool Module 3: Individualized Intervention
- Introduction to Coaching Early Childhood Professionals: Practice Based Coaching within Collaborative Relationships
SEL Research & Evaluation
Elizabeth Devaney, Director, SEL Center at Children’s Institute, co-edited this volume, Social and Emotional Learning in Out-of-School Time: Foundations and Futures, that defines and explains SEL in a variety of out of school contexts; frames SEL through the lens of high quality youth development practice; shares information about current trends and new developments; makes research to practice connections; and offers recommendations for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers related to SEL in OST settings.
Visit our research highlights page for our latest publications and announcements.
As an educator who has the opportunity to visit classrooms across a wide variety of ages, I am amazed at how many of early childhood strategies translate easily to settings with older children.
The Pyramid Model is a social and emotional learning framework that-- when implemented with fidelity-- promotes young children’s healthy development, and prevents challenging behaviors.
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