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Professional Development Related to the Teaching Pyramid Model for Addressing the Social Emotional Development and Challenging Behavior of Young Children

Professional Development Related to the Teaching Pyramid Model for Addressing the Social Emotional Development and Challenging Behavior of Young Children

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Presentation at the 2011 International Society on Early Intervention Conference, May 5, 2011, New York, NY.
Presentation at the 2011 International Society on Early Intervention Conference, May 5, 2011, New York, NY.

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Published by: Pyramid Model Consortium on May 26, 2011
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Professional Development Related to theTeaching Pyramid Model for Addressingthe Social Emotional Development andChallenging Behavior of Young Children
Mary Louise Hemmeter, Vanderbilt UniversityPatricia Snyder, University of FloridaLise Fox, University of South FloridaJames Algina, University of Florida
Presentation at the 2011 International Society on Early Intervention Conference, May 5,2011, New York, New York. Funded by the Institute 0f Education Sciences R324A07212
 
TertiaryIntervention:Few ChildrenSecondaryPrevention:Some ChildrenUniversalPromotion:All Children
The Teaching Pyramid Model:
Promoting Social and Emotional Competence and AddressingChallenging Behavior
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Examining the Efficacy of the TeachingPyramid Model
Do teachers who have received professional development focusedon the Teaching Pyramid implement those practices with fidelitywhen compared to teachers who have not received training andcoaching?Do the social skills and problem behaviors of children whoseteachers have received professional development on the Pyramiddiffer from children whose teachers have not received professionaldevelopment?Do the positive social interaction skills of target children withchallenging behavior whose teachers have received professionaldevelopment on the Pyramid differ from children whose teachershave not received professional development?
Funded by the Institute 0f Education Sciences R324A07212

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