A project of Wheelock College’s ASPIRE Institute since July 2011, Connected Beginnings Training Institute (CBTI) was launched by the United Way of Massachusetts Bay/Merrimack Valley, Inc. (UWMB) in 2006 to build the capacity of infant and early … Read More
Announcing Registration for the Pyramid Model Learning Communities!
Join us for a gathering of practitioners across the early childhood system, focusing on the use of The Pyramid Model. Participants will have the chance to explore resources, share lessons learned, and connect with a variety of community programs.
The Boston Pyramid Model Learning Community
Developing systems to support the social emotional well-being for young children and their families in Eastern MA
Date: September 20, 2016
Location: Wheelock College
43 Hawes Street
Brookline, MA 02446
The Springfield Pyramid Model Learning Community
Developing systems to support the social emotional well-being for young children and their families in Western MA
Date: September 23, 2016
Location: Springfield EEC Office
1441 Main Street, Suite 230
Springfield, MA 01103
REGISTRATION LINK: https://connectedbeginnings.tfaforms.net/120
The Worcester Pyramid Model Learning Community
Developing systems to support the social emotional well-being for young children and their families in Central MA
Time: 9:30-11:30 am
Location: Worcester Public Library
Saxe Room, Main Branch
3 Salem Square
Worcester, MA 01608
REGISTRATION LINK: https://connectedbeginnings.tfaforms.net/119
There is no cost to participants; the Pyramid Model Learning Community is supported by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Project LAUNCH with funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Interested in attending, but can’t make the date? Email Catherine Wakely at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about future Pyramid Model events
2016 Fourth Annual MA CSEFEL Pyramid Model Partnership Summit
This year’s summit will highlight how Massachusetts has expanded the CSEFEL (Collaborative for Social Emotional Foundations for Early Learning) Pyramid Model to new audiences. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is using the Pyramid model in Preschool Special Education programs for their required State Systemic Improvement Plans, and Early Intervention is beginning that process with the PIWI, Parents Interacting with Infants. We will discuss our plans to support a common community wide approach for promoting young children’s social and emotional competence and for preventing and addressing challenging behavior.
Please register at the link below.