PPEC

AcronymDefinition
PPECPrescribed Pediatric Extended Care
PPECPermanent Periodic Error Correction
PPECPersonal Protective Equipment and Clothing
PPECPine Prairie Energy Center LLC
PPECProfessional Practice Executive Committee (auditing forum)
PPECPitch Period Error Concealment
PPECPaper & Paperboard Packaging Environmental Council
PPECPrairie Pacific Energy Corp
PPECPressurized Planar Electrochromatography
PPECPacific Postsecondary Education Council
PPECPoison Prevention and Education Center
PPECPermit Process Efficiency Committee
PPECProposal Planning Executive Committee
PPECProlonged Prehospital Emergency Care
PPECPsychic Power Enhancement Chemical (game)
PPECPower Plant and Environmental Chemistry
PPECProgram on Political and Economic Change
PPECPoorna Prajna Education Center (India)
PPECPrivate Prison Education Coordinator
PPECPure Power Energy Company LLC
PPECPublic Passenger Endorsement Card
PPECPCI to PCMCIA Enhanced IDE Controller
PPECPlan Partnership Executive Committee
PPECParents & Professionals for Exceptional Children
PPECPeople's Province Executive Council (Sudan)
PPECProfessional Power Equipment Congress
PPECPrevention and Public Education Committee (New Jersey)
PPECPennDOT Performance Excellence Criteria
PPECPikes Peak Economics Club (Colorado Springs, CO)
PPECParenting Plan Evaluation Checklist (child custody)
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Para el Ppec, el desarrollo infantil con perspectiva de desarrollo humano es el fin ultimo al que se orientan los procesos educativos.
Con base en lo expuesto, es posible senalar cinco supuestos esenciales a la vision del Ppec: a) El ser humano es inacabado, se construye de manera permanente en el marco de sus condiciones cotidianas de vida, y por tanto en interaccion con su cultura; b) el desarrollo de una humanidad ideal supone tambien una sociedad a su medida; c) ninos y ninas son seres capaces, sensibles, activos, con un lugar social propio; d) el desarrollo infantil y el desarrollo humano constituyen una relacion indisoluble; y, e) la familia y la comunidad son escenarios privilegiados y ricos en recursos culturales y materiales, para la practica pedagogica.
La sistematizacion evidencio que para el Ppec la puerta de entrada hacia el desarrollo humano se encuentra en la capacidad reflexiva y comprensiva del agente educativo, y en la manera en que, con pertinencia, reorienta las acciones pedagogicas con base en los intereses e interacciones que observa en los ninos y ninas, en sus familias y en las comunidades.
In addition to a child's medical needs, a quality PPEC can provide a comprehensive developmental program tailored specifically to each child's individual needs.
A fully integrated PPEC can have access to a variety of programs to provide stimulation to children since, due to their medical conditions, they might not otherwise get to experience.
PPECs are staffed by registered nurses who provide all of the medical care needed for the children who attend.
Spearman's rank correlation coefficient for the four variables Variables Spearman's rank correlation coefficients MUNEMP, IPrC 0.8303 (***) MUNEMP, PPrC 0.8061 (***) MUNEMP, IPeC 0.2364 MUNEMP, PPeC 0.2727 *** denotes significance at the 1% significance level The rank correlation coefficients clearly indicate that while a significant relationship appears to exist between male unemployment and measures of property crime, no such relationship can be identified between male unemployment and personal crime.
Spearman's rank correlation coefficient employing area - level data Variables Spearman's rank correlation coefficient MUNEMP, IPrC 0.4292 (***) MUNEMP, PPrC 0.4613 (***) MUNEMP, IPeC 0.2929 (***) MUNEMP, PPeC 0.2896 (***) *** denotes significance at the 1% significance level The calculation of significantly positive rank correlation coefficients between male unemployment and the incidence and prevalence of crime cannot be regarded as conclusive proof of a relationship between these variables.
Most children who receive services at PPEC centers require sophisticated technological interventions.
According to Stephen Towne, RN, Director of Nursing at Nurses 'n Kids, shortly after the first PPEC Center was opened in the United States, independent evaluators found significant differences when healthcare expenditures of families with children receiving PPEC services were compared with control families--those whose children either remained hospitalized or were receiving in-home care.