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Observed differences between early childhood programs in the U.S. and Korea: Reflections of ''developmentally appropriate practices'' in two cultural contexts
An observational study comparing American and Korean preschool teachers' use of developmentally appropriate practices and the effects of classroom practices on their relationships with their students
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