Description
This course provides a foundation for the understanding of social and emotional development in infants and toddlers. It provides an overview of social and emotional development within the context of relationships.  Emphasis is on attachment, temperament, self-regulation and the context of family, community and culture. 

Credits
3 Act 48, PQAS, and/or Infant Toddler Clock hours

Intended Audience
Early Intervention service providers and staff, staff in early childhood programs across Pennsylvania, and family members.

Registration
Registration is available on the PaTTAN Training Calendar. Choose the month you would like to take the course then click on the course title listed on the 1st day of that month.  Note: course registration is only available during the month preceding the course opening date.  You cannot pre-register for a course more than a month ahead of time. You need to register before the 25th day of the month to enroll for the following month.

Description
This course provides a foundation for understanding social and emotional development in infants and toddlers. It provides an overview of responsive routines, environments, and strategies to support social emotional development in infants and toddlers. Participants have opportunities to explore the following topics: observation, responsive caregiving, emotional literacy and the development of social skills. 

Credits
3 Act 48, PQAS, and/or Infant Toddler Clock hours

Intended Audience
Early Intervention service providers and staff, staff in early childhood programs across Pennsylvania, and family members.

 

Registration
Registration is available on the PaTTAN Training Calendar. Choose the month you would like to take the course then click on the course title listed on the 1st day of that month.  Note: course registration is only available during the month preceding the course opening date.  You cannot pre-register for a course more than a month ahead of time. You need to register before the 25th day of the month to enroll for the following month.


Description
This course provides a foundation for the understanding of social and emotional development in infants and toddlers. It looks at individualized interventions for infants and toddlers through determining the meaning of behavior and developing appropriate responses. Identifying unmet needs, behavior as communication and responding to challenging behaviors are highlighted.

Credits

3 Act 48, PQAS, and/or Infant Toddler Clock hours

Intended Audience
Early Intervention service providers and staff, staff in early childhood programs across Pennsylvania, and family members.

Registration
Registration is available on the PaTTAN Training Calendar. Choose the month you would like to take the course then click on the course title listed on the 1st day of that month.  Note: course registration is only available during the month preceding the course opening date.  You cannot pre-register for a course more than a month ahead of time. You need to register before the 25th day of the month to enroll for the following month.


The PA PBIS Administrator Overview is designed for directors, supervisors and administrators of Early Childhood and Early Intervention programs. There are four sections and you can access just one or all four and you can view them in any order.

 

1)      Why PW-PBIS will help you think about how to support the social-emotional development of all children.

2)      PW-PBIS In Action shares how one Pennsylvania Early Childhood program is successfully implementing PBIS.

3)      PW-PBIS System gives you a closer look at three tiered PBIS Pyramid process.

4)      How Do I Get Started? Provides information on resources and supports available to you and how you can access them as you begin the process of PBIS implementation.

Along the way we’ll share resources from the Center on the Social Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL), the Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention (TACSEI) and the Pennsylvania Positive Behavior Support Network (PAPBS). The easiest way to access these resources is through the Pyramid Model Consortium (PMC) website. PMC is a national organization whose mission is to promote the high fidelity use of the Pyramid Model for supporting social emotional competence in infants and young children.

To access the course simply click on "Get Started" and log in as a guest.