EPPEEffective Provision of Pre-School Education (study)
EPPEEnglish Placement/Proficiency Exam (various universities)
EPPEElectronic Pre-Participation Evaluation (medical history questionnaire)
EPPEElectric Power and Power Electronics (Texas A&M University)
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2007) of around 300 early education settings and roughly 600 children, does include the same ECERS quality indicators that were available in the EPPE study.
Many of the interviewees related the importance of staff from evidence that has emerged from studies such as EPPE, where higher qualified staff have been found to have a positive impact on the quality of a setting.
As noted previously, findings from the EPPE study indicated that educators' pedagogical practices were a key determinant of children's learning (Siraj-Blatchford & Sylva, 2004).
2004), from the EPPE study, note that whilst there are significant differences between individual pre-school settings in their impact on children, some settings are more effective than others in promoting positive child outcomes.
Families have the first and most enduring impact upon children's health, development and wellbeing, as this has been shown in the UK EPPE study (Sylva, Melhuish, Sammons, Siraj-Blatchford & Taggart, 2004) where parent-child interactions through activities such as reading, teaching songs and nursery rhymes, painting, playing with numbers and letters were more strongly associated with children's intellectual and social development than either parental education or occupation alone.
London: EPPE Office, Institute of Education, University of London.
Research in England, particularly the Effective Provision of Preschool Education: EPPE suggests that disadvantaged children benefit significantly from high-quality preschool (Sylva et al.
Eppes [Rabwin's mother] a few weeks ago and I wrote to her shortly before I received your letter.
The story of William Eppes Cormack's early years was presented in this journal in 2016.
Being the brother of a math genius isn't easy, but FBI Agent Don Eppes of Numb3rs tries his best.
Eppes called that conversation common, and complicated, given all the factors that go into deciding when to have children - a patient's age and access to medical care and contraception, among others.
In 2003 Wally Stevens (his name is a play on the poet Wallace Stevens), a murderer who has Asperger's, surfaced on the crime show Law & Order: Criminal Intent ("Probability"); from 2005 to 2010, deeply introverted mathematician Charlie Eppes helped solve crimes on Numb3rs.