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Mon, Jan 22


Online Professional Development

NEW Pyramid of Interventions: Application and Considerations

Join us ONLINE Monday, January 22nd, 2024 - 1:00-3:00 pm. Presenter: Catherine Korah and Heather Scott from ALDI. Event is FREE. The session will be recorded and available on the CEBM website.

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NEW Pyramid of Interventions: Application and Considerations
NEW Pyramid of Interventions: Application and Considerations

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Jan 22, 2024, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Online Professional Development


About the Event

NEW Pyramid of Interventions: Application and Considerations

Date: MONDAY, January 22nd, 2024

Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Format: ONLINE - this presentation will use ZOOM, an interface that requires no special applications.

Fees: FREE


The Pyramid of Interventions is a 3-tiered approach designed to help school staff create an environment, both in the classroom and in the school, which provide a range of support measures (universal, targeted and individualized) for those students who have difficulty managing their behaviour. In collaboration with ALDI, CEBM has been working on a new version of the Pyramid of Interventions along with accompanying documents, such as the list of considerations per tier and the explanatory document on how to use this tool. During this webinar, we will be presenting these new documents and we will also address the numerous questions we receive around the application of this tool, such as which practices are suitable when? When a support measure doesn't work, how do we know it's time to tweak this intervention or use different one all together? How do we know when to move from one tier of interventions to the next? When is it time to look into setting up a Behaviour Action Plan  or an IEP? When does a student require services beyond what a regular classroom can provide? Etc.

PRESENTED BY:  Catherine Korah (CEBM) and Heather Scott (ALDI)

For ALL school staff



Catherine Korah, MEd, OPQ, Coordinator of CEBM, has over 15 years of professional experience in a number of elementary and secondary educational settings with students who struggle with behaviours challenges. She has been actively involved in providing professional development, consultation, and liaising with various health and social service agencies. Catherine is very adept at finding developmentally friendly and trauma-informed solutions for students at all levels. Catherine is trained to provide professional development in the Neufeld developmental paradigm.

Heather Scott, Coordinator of ALDI (Advancing Learning in Differentiation and Inclusion), assists the ten English school boards in Quebec in providing support and professional development for resource teachers, classroom teachers and other school professionals in the area of special education. The project has a strong focus on the application of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Response to Intervention (RtI).

For information: Catherine Korah, CEBM Coordinator, 

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