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Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association – Hong Kong Chapter (PECERA-HK) is very pleased to organize a virtual public seminar on “Maintaining physical and psycho-social well-being for students and staff in Early Childhood Education Setting under COVID-19”, supported by Centre for Health Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Health Promotion and Hong Kong Health Education and Health Promotion Foundation on 6 May, 2021 (Thursday).
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Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association – Hong Kong Chapter (PECERA-HK) is very pleased to organize a virtual public seminar on “Self-Regulation: Key to Success in Life and Learning” on25 February, 2021 (Thursday).
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Release of Chinese versions of the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scales (ECERS-R/ ECERS-E) adaptation.
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Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association – Hong Kong Chapter (PECERA-HK) is very pleased to organiz a public seminar on “The Science of Praising Children” cum PECERA (HK) Annual Meeting 2018 on 22 November, 2018 (Thursday).
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Release of Chinese versions of the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scales (ECERS-R/ ECERS-E) adaptation
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The launching of the Hong Kong branch of the Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association (PECERA) is a momentous undertaking. It signifies the importance of Hong Kong as a research centre for early childhood education in the region. ...more  
 
  The PECERA is an organization dedicated to disseminating and supporting research in early childhood education in the Pacific area.Inauguration conference of PECERA was held in Kobe, Japan in July, 2000. With over 150 scholars, researchers and professionals participating in the conference, Dr. Bernard Spodek, ...more
 
     
  The new Chinese versions of the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scales (ECERS-R/ ITERS-R/ECERS-E) published by PECERA (HK) are now available! 
     
  “Reggio Emilia in Practice”
Authors: Professor Frederick Ebbeck, Professor Marjory Ebbeck, Dr Sanly Kam
This book shows how ECE teachers can work with the creative approach of the Reggio Emilia Curriculum, which will greatly enhance the creativity of young children.  The research evidence presented in this book was collected from selected kindergartens in Hong Kong. 
The book is available at Yew Chung International School – Secondary (B515, 3 To Fuk Road, Kowloon Tong), and is selling at HKD 100 each.
     
 
 
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