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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

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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
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Publisher(s):
Country:
United States; South Korea
State(s):
California; Massachusetts

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