Effects of professional development training on joint attention engagement in low-quality childcare centers
An observational analysis of the impact of training for 48 child care providers from low-quality child care centers in the Focus-Follow-Talk (R) technique, designed to increase the frequency of joint attention, on classroom social interactions and bids for joint attention among the 18-24 month old children in their care
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Step Up to Learning with Focus-Follow-Talk: A Professional Development Training
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