• “Learning how to learn is life’s most important skill.” -Tony Buzan - During the 2015 Educating the Heart: Behavior and the Brain conference participants were exposed to a variety of research and information about Brain Based Learning.  Although some of this information was new  to participants, research and the importance of understanding early brain development has been around for a while.  In 2008, Pam Schiller and Clarissa […]
    • home_tab_spotlight 2015 STEAM Conferece - SAVE THE DATE – Saturday, May 30th is our 3rd Annual STEAM Conference
    • Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle. -Ian Maclaren - The Emotionally Healthy Environments Initiative kicked off with 15 participants from each of the Pilot sites participating in the Institute for Family Professionals (IFP) course Creating an Intentional Mindset.  Participants were introduced to IFP’s Iceberg Analogy that discussed how someone’s outward behavior is often an indication of their emotional health and relational health. Since the […]
    • home_tab_spotlight Educating the Heart: Behavior and the Brain Conference -   Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday, January 31st for the “Educating the Heart: Behavior and the Brain” conference focused on social emotional health in children. Don’t forget to sign up for the Google Group to continue the conversation.
    • Our opinions become fixed at the point where we stop thinking. Ernest Renan - As we delve deeper into the EHE course work the idea of self-reflection and identifying the mistakes of our past seem to be floating just below the surface of our new knowledge. Sometimes this self-reflection ignites the spark of change and pushes us to do better because we now know better, but sometimes this self-reflection […]
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    Upcoming Events

    The Educating the Heart: Behavior and the Brain conference will take place on January 31st, 2015 at Montgomery County Community College.
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Welcome To PD Dimensions

Professional Development (PD) Dimensions offers the most interactive and creative professional development experience in the region.

Since 1986, we have supported greater Philadelphia area Early Childhood Education (ECE) and School Age (SA) learning centers to achieve higher Keystone STAR ratings through a combination of classroom and on-site training.

In addition, our educators are committed to enhance the development of young minds in additional areas including:

  • Trauma
  • S.T.E.A.M.
  • SEL
  • PBIS

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Monday-Friday: 9am to 5pm

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  • Philadelphia

    201 Sabine Avenue Suite 300
    Narberth, PA 19072
    Phone: 610-617-4550 option
    Fax: 610-617-3550

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