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Pyramid Model Professional Learning Community

As a follow-up to the November 11-13, 2016 Pyramid Model Training, early childhood educators are coming together in Keene, NH on March 15, 2017 to collaborate on ways to bring the Pyramid Model to classrooms.  This will be the first meeting of the Pyramid Model Professional Learning Community.

Meeting Details
When: Wednesday, March 15, at 6:00 PM
Where: Jonathan Daniels Preschool, 227 Maple Ave, Keene, NH
Who: Attendees of the November 11-13, 2016 Pyramid Model Training and all other interested early childhood center teachers and directors

Anyone interested in attending this meeting should RSVP to Emily Hartshorne at


National training for teachers and child care providers coming to Keene

pmc-training-event-save-the-date-november-11-13-monadnock-region-revisedTeachers and child care providers of children 0-5 from the Monadnock Region are invited to participate in a 3-day intensive training on the Pyramid Model, a model which promotes child engagement and focuses on teaching skills that children can use in place of challenging behaviors.

The training will take place at Keene State College on November 11-13, 2016 from 8 AM to 4 PM each day. Participants must attend all 3 days. Please click on the flyer and read below for more information about the Pyramid Model training and how to register!

Advocates, Educators Participate in Mind in the Making Training Institute in Keene

Thirty-three early childhood advocates and educators participated in the first Mind in the Making Training Institute in New Hampshire. During this 3-day institute, which took place at the Alumni Center at Keene State College, the attendees learned about, and directly experienced, the Seven Essential Life Skills Modules, in preparation to become Community Facilitators, and eventually go on to teach these skills to others. The Seven Essential Life Skills are: Focus and Self Control, Perspective Taking, Communicating, Making Connections, Critical Thinking, Taking on Challenges, and Self-Directed, Engaged Learning.