Welcome to our series of self-guided e-learning modules! Several modules are available in two formats:

Full Module – to gain a deep understanding of the Pyramid Model (1-2 hours, with certificate of completion)

Mini Module – focused to refresh learning on a specific pyramid practices (15-20 minutes to complete)

Full Length Modules

Module 1 - Universal Practices

Nurturing Supportive Relationships & High Quality Supportive Environments

This module explores your view of children and beliefs about their learning, with a focus on the importance of building meaningful relationships with children and families. You will also gain insight as to how the environment influences children’s opportunities for participation and engagement

Module Two -Targeted Practices

Social and Emotional Supports

This module explores your view of children and beliefs about their learning, with a focus on the importance of building meaningful relationships with children and families. You will also gain insight as to how the environment influences children’s opportunities for participation and engagement

Coming Soon

Module Three - Individualized Practices

Facing the Challenge: A Team Approach

Mini-Modules

Routines & Visuals

In this module, you will explore how routines support participation and provide a sense of safety and security. You will also recognize the value of using visuals, as a multi-modal literacy, to enrich children’s participation.

Shared Behaviour Expectations

In this module, you will explore a process of creating shared behavior expectations. These expectations will guide how we work and play together in our space.

Emotional Literacy

In this module, we will unpack the intentional teaching of emotional literacy to better support young children to label, recognize and express their feelings.

Coming Soon

Transitions

In this module, you will explore how to build on supportive and positive transitions to enrich the learning environment.

Problem Solving

In this module, you will gain confidence in supporting children as they become independent problem-solvers with peers and adults.