PSCEP PILOT PROGRAM

 

The PSCEP Pilot Program was instituted as a way to introduce the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program into areas it had not previously been tried. We have had tremendous feedback from the educators who have used our Pilot Program in their classrooms.
We are pleased to announce the results of the Pilot Program. The results are based on 119 participating schools where the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program (PSCEP) was taught for 7 weeks.

The Pilot Program was conducted in three stages.

1. The first stage was a Pre-Test of ten questions that was used to ascertain the social behavior of the students prior to the 7 week intervention. These questions had the possible responses of Almost Never, Seldom, Sometimes, Often, Almost Always. The questions were phrased to reflect a positive character behavior. The results of this Pre-Test are shown on the chart in blue.

2. Next, the students were taught the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program. This intervention was a seven-week curriculum of seven lessons that introduced the students to the main themes of Ownership, Respect, The Importance of Asking, Self-control, and Do Not Steal. The lessons were selected from the full program of the 35 lesson curricula.

3. Lastly, after the completion of the seven-week intervention, the students were given the Post Test of the same ten questions that they had answered in the Pre-Test. Again, these questions had the possible responses of Almost Never, Seldom, Sometimes, Often, Almost Always. The results of the Post-Test are shown on the chart in red.

Conclusion:
For every question, the results of the Post-Test showed an improvement in positive social behavior. The initial feedback from the 119 participating schools was encouraging. Several schools have asked for the full year’s program as they were impressed with the Pilot Program results.

Prediction:
Based on the positive results of the seven-week Pilot Program, it is predicted that with long term teaching and practicing of the PSCEP, students could experience lifetime positive character changes to the benefit of themselves and society as a whole.

See what they have to say…

Alaska

  • The lessons are easy to implement and the students liked the songs. Not enough time for us to implement.

  • Audio tapes are great. The students liked it.

  • The tapes with the songs are great. The students liked singing along. Easy to follow lessons. Need more lessons.

  • Sequential concepts, straight forward, easy to understand. I liked it all!

  • It addresses important character traits.  Additional lessons to reinforce concepts.

  • Specific lessons on specific behavioral character.

  • Simple, direct lesson plans.

  • Direct Teaching material.

  • I like the activities. They are good conversation starters. I also like the progression.

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