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The Piramide Approach to Early Learning is a scientifically-based early education approach that amplifies learning when applied to any curriculum. Piramide was created in the Netherlands to help teachers better understand their role in supporting children's higher order thinking skills and become more intentional about deepening children's learning. Piramide helps teachers effectively scaffold and deepen childrens learning. This course serves as a starting point for learning about the Piramide Approach to Early Learning and brings the Approach to life through the voices of practitioners. This is a 3-hour course worth .3 CEU's.
This course can be utilized to meet the training requirements to earn or renew your Child Development Associate (CDA) credential. Course content is aligned with the CDA Subject Area 8: Understanding principles of child development and learning.
- Course Topics
- Piramide Approach
- Child Development
- State Approval
Approved for .3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in all 50 states.
Also approved for Early Childhood State Training Hours in the following states: Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York (approved for 2 hours), North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
- Who Should Enroll
Who Should Enroll
All teachers and administrators of children toddlers to age 5.
"Learning new techniques is always exciting! I want to make sure I have not missed anything. Every part of the class is very meaningful."
"The handout are very helpful and I will post and share with my peers."
"I have never heard of the Piramide approach before. I learned alot about why it is so important to promote this kind of learning with children."