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TPITOS Seminar

TPITOS Seminar

About the seminar

Speakers

Kathryn Bigelow, Ph.D. Alana Schnitz, Ph.D., Kristin Tenney-Blackwell; Katrina Miller; Abby Taylor

Seminar length

2 days

Number of participants

Up to 30

Seminar fee

2–day: $4,600

What do speaker fees include?

Teaching Pyramid Infant–Toddler Observation Scale (TPITOS™) Reliability Training

TPITOS™ is the essential tool for ensuring that infant–toddler teachers are implementing the Pyramid Model for Promoting Social Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children with fidelity. Focusing on teacher practices and classroom environment variables, TPITOS measures how well your program’s staff is fostering responsive, nurturing relationships with children and promoting strong social-emotional development in their earliest years.

This workshop is intended for individuals who are very familiar with the Pyramid Model and want to know how the model can be implemented in infant–toddler settings. Participants who successfully complete the workshop and meet reliability standards will receive a certificate indicating their status as a certified TPITOS assessor.

Who will benefit from this seminar?

Mentor teachers, master teachers, or coaches; early childhood training and technical assistance providers; mental health consultants; education coordinators; PBIS coaches; center directors; program supervisors.

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TPITOS Seminar

TPITOS™ Seminar

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Includes

2-day seminar focusing on reliability training.

Please note that prerequisites are required for participation in this training, they are listed below.

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Participation prerequisites

In order to participate in the TPITOS workshop, all attendees should be familiar with the Pyramid Model and have completed the infant–toddler modules. Additionally, participants should have experience working in or supporting teachers in infant–toddler care settings. Participants are strongly encouraged to review the Inventory of Practices for Promoting Children’s Social Emotional Competence prior to attending the workshop.

If participants have limited background in the Pyramid Model, they are strongly encouraged to visit these Pyramid Model websites to view videos and presentations.

• What is the Pyramid Model?

• Presentations and Workshops: Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention for Young Children

National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations Resource Library