PIPE Comprehensive E-Training

The PIPE Comprehensive Training is designed for new  and current PIPE users who want to increase their PIPE skills. This training is an interactive, experiential training designed to support parenting educators in using the PIPE curriculum with their clients.

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  1. jperkins50

    I like that PIPE is experiential. Experiences are our best teachers. Ideas do not give me feedback and an experience does.

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  2. jperkins50

    My gut reaction is based on my own past and may have nothing to do with who the parent is in reality.

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  3. jperkins50

    I like that the emphasis is on what the child needs. This approach is less likely to raise a parent’s defenses than if I focused on what a parent is to do.

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    1. richelleknox

      I like that it is interactive as well. I think hands on is often an easier way for most of us to learn.

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  4. jillmeyer1123

    I learned that there is an incredible amount of information contained in the curriculum and several good tools to help you locate what you might need or be looking for.

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  5. jillmeyer1123

    I learned that there is an incredible amount of information contained in the curriculum and several good tools to help you locate what you might need or be looking for.

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  6. jillmeyer1123

    I noticed that the format contains additional information and lists that assist you in preparing a lesson. It gives a knowledge base in case you are lacking information about a topic. It also gives you lists that help you think through the supplies and materials you may need to teach your lesson without needing to read through the whole lesson.

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  7. jperkins50

    I noticed the format of the Educator’s Guide is easy to follow after having each section pointed out to me.

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  8. jillmeyer1123

    I re-learned how many systems the PIPE Curriculum has to assist you in finding things, planning a session and staying organized.

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  9. jperkins50

    I re-learned that a child’s relationship with their parent becomes a model for future relationships.

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