Teaching Social Emotional Skills
Self Regulation Skills: Breathing Strategies
Self Regulation Skills: Relaxation Thermometer
Feeling Faces: Large Cards
Feeling Faces: Chart and Template
Feeling Faces: Dough Mats
Implementing Stay-Play-Talk in EC Classrooms
Problem Solving Cards
Scripted Social Stories
We can be Problem Solvers! A scripted Story
Tucker Turtle Takes Time to Tuck and Think
Suri Spider Selects a Solution
Transition Cue Cards – Used to support engagement during classroom transitions.
Head Start Center for Inclusion classroom visual supports
Visit Results Matter to view a video example of a teacher using an ipad to capture children using problem strategies during class activities. The teacher then plays the video back to all the children in the class and they discuss the strategy together.
Additional resources for Teachers/Caregivers can be found by visiting challengingbehavior.org/resources
Data collection tools:
Click here to find a general Nevada TASCEI data collection timeline.
The Benchmarks of Quality is used to help model demonstration site leadership teams assess their progress in Program-Wide implementation of the Pyramid Model.
The Behavior Incident Report Form is used to collect data on the number of instances of problem behaviors. These are behaviors that are resistant to guidance techniques including physical aggression, running away, and/or self-injurious behavior. See the Behavior Incident Report Instructions for more information.
The Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool™ (TPOT™), Research Edition is used to assess the implementation of the Pyramid Model in classrooms for children who are 2-5 years old.
The Teaching Pyramid Infant-Toddler Observation Scale (TPITOS) is a tool similar to the TPOT and measures implementation of the Pyramid Model practices in infant/toddler classrooms. It focuses on the observation of adult behaviors and environmental arrangements specific to supporting the social-emotional development of infants and toddlers.
The Ages and Stages Questionnaire: Social-Emotional 2nd edition™ (ASQ-SE2™) is a social-emotional screening tool. It contains nine age-appropriate questionnaires which are completed by caregivers/teachers to identify the social and emotional competence of young children ages one month to 72 months (6 years) old.