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The Positive Early Childhood Education Program (PECE) is a professional learning program, built on the foundations of Triple P – Positive Parenting Program®. PECE has been designed to support the understanding of influences on children's emotions and behaviour, and common traps that children and educators fall into when communicating their needs. Developed with all early learning settings in mind, and in supporting educators with varying levels of experience, the program provides a comprehensive menu of 22 strategies from which educators can select the strategies that fit the unique needs of their own environment and apply them in a developmentally appropriate way.
The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® is an effective, practical approach to raising children. It is based on the development of strong nurturing relationships, and aims to prevent behavioral and emotional problems in children. Triple P is supported by a body of evidence that shows its efficacy with many families in many different cultures and situations. Various factors may affect whether a Triple P program is effective with a particular child, including the child’s age, and developmental level, the child’s setting/environment, and the parent’s skill and persistence in applying the program.
Children who exhibit signs of dangerous behavior, to either themselves or others, should be referred to a qualified professional. Parents with children currently under the supervision of a professional are encouraged to discuss their participation in Triple P with that professional.
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