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(p. 417) Role of Teacher Practices and Characteristics in Implementing Research in Preschool and Early Childhood Classrooms 

(p. 417) Role of Teacher Practices and Characteristics in Implementing Research in Preschool and Early Childhood Classrooms
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(p. 417) Role of Teacher Practices and Characteristics in Implementing Research in Preschool and Early Childhood Classrooms
Author(s):

E. Todd Brown

, Victoria J. Molfese

, and Mary C. Wagner

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195325355.003.0015
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date: 13 April 2021

The purpose of this chapter is to describe changes in early childhoodeducation that have led to the development of the early childhood learningstandards which most states have now developed. It focuses specifically on teacher practices that facilitate positive-learning outcomes for preschoolchildren in the areas of language and literacy, both of which are key skills thatare linked to later academic achievement in elementary school.

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