Birth–Five ePyramid Module Package
Early Childhood
This convenient online course offers comprehensive training to help implement the Pyramid Model with children ages birth to five years.
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Need training on the Pyramid Model for promoting the social-emotional competence of children from birth to age 5? With these convenient online modules, you'll have a comprehensive training program to help early childhood professionals master all three tiers of the Pyramid Model: universal, targeted, and individualized supports.

Featuring 18 hours of high‐quality, evidence‐based instruction, these emodules are:

  • Cost-effective. Affordable annual subscriptions make it easy to train new staff.
  • On-demand. Modules are available online 24/7 and accessible for 12 months, so participants can learn at their own pace.
  • Engaging and relevant. Real-world videos and examples show your staff exactly what the Pyramid Model looks like in action.
  • Interactive. Knowledge checks and reflective exercises help staff members retain and apply what they learn.
  • Age-appropriate. Targeted to the development and needs of children from birth to age 5, these modules cover Building Relationships and Creating Supportive Environments; Social Emotional Teaching Strategies; and Individualized Intervention.

After purchasing the module package, you will receive an email with your login information. If you do not receive this email within 2 business days, please contact [email protected]. Your access to the modules will last for 365 days after purchase.

If you are purchasing access to the emodules for multiple staff members, Trifoia Support will reach out to you to set up each user's account.

Please note that this emodule package is non-refundable.

See more resources on supporting children's social-emotional competence with the Pyramid Model.

Birth – Five Module 1: Building Relationships and Creating Supportive Environments
  • Understanding the relationship between challenging behavior and social emotional development
  • What is social emotional development?
  • Considering the foundation nature of early relationship experiences
  • Forming and maintaining relationships with your young children, families, and co‐workers
  • Identifying responsive care giving strategies adults can use to support infants and toddlers
  • Examining our attitudes about challenging behaviors
  • Designing the physical environment
  • Schedules, routines, and transitions
  • Planning activities that promote engagement
  • Giving directions and teaching classroom rules
  • Ongoing monitoring and positive attention

Birth – Five Module 2: Social Emotional Teaching Strategies
  • Identifying ways a high‐quality supportive environment can promote social emotional development in infants and toddlers
  • Targeted strategies to enhance social emotional well‐being of infants and toddlers
  • Understanding the positive impact of responsive caregiving routines
  • Developing friendship skills
  • Enhancing emotional literacy
  • Controlling anger and impulse
  • Developing problem‐solving skills
  • Individualizing instructions
  • Partnering with families

Birth – Five Module 3: Individualized Intervention; Determining the Meaning of Behavior and Developing Appropriate Responses
  • Overview of positive behavior supports
  • Reviewing the dimensions of communication: Form and function
  • Considering behavior, including challenging behavior, as communication
  • Providing an introduction to Functional Assessment
  • Understanding the development of behavior support planning


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