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The foundation for all of the practices in the Pyramid Model are the systems and policies necessary to ensure a workforce able to adopt and sustain these evidence-based practices.

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Sample Documents

  • TPOT Action Plan (Teacher A)TPOT Action Plan (Teacher A)
    Based on the results of the TPOT observation, the pyramid coach celebrates the teacher’s strengths and emerging skills, as well as reviews professional development needs. The teacher then chooses three goals to work on over the next six months and an action plan is developed. The action plan is used to guide the coach’s coaching and the teacher’s professional development.
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  • TPOT Graph (Teacher A)TPOT Graph (Teacher A)
    After the pyramid coach completes a TPOT observation, data are inputted into the TPOT database and a graph is generated to share results of the observation with the teacher. The coach and teacher partner in developing a “TPOT Action Plan” to guide their Pyramid implementation over the next six months.
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  • Sample from Parent HandbookSample from Parent Handbook
    Having language in the parent handbook is one strategy for partnering with families around their children’s social-emotional development. Partnering with the family also promotes appropriate behavior.
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  • Leadership Team Action Plan (Sample 1)Leadership Team Action Plan (Sample 1)
    At a minimum of every six months, the leadership team uses their data to develop a new action plan, with at least three goals, to guide their implementation of the Pyramid Model. These sample action plans are examples of how the plan guides the work of the leadership team. The team reviews and updates the plan at each meeting and revises accordingly.
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  • Leadership Team Action Plan (Sample 2)Leadership Team Action Plan (Sample 2)
    At a minimum of every six months, the leadership team uses their data to develop a new action plan, with at least three goals, to guide their implementation of the Pyramid Model. These sample action plans are examples of how the plan guides the work of the leadership team. The team reviews and updates the plan at each meeting and revises accordingly.
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  • TPOT Flavor of the DayTPOT Flavor of the Day
    The site-based behavior coach regularly reviews the TPITOS, TPOT, and BIR data. He then posts the “TPOT Flavor of the Day” in the teachers’ work room, bathroom, and near the mailboxes as a fun way to remind staff of effective strategies for promoting new skill development. In this example, the data indicated transitions between activities was the routine that resulted in the highest incidents of behavior, but was also the routine that teachers found the most challenging. The TPOT Flavor of the Day acts as a quick tip sheet on how to promote engaging and successful transitions.
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