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Instructional change in preschool classrooms: A study of empirically-based teacher support

Description:
An examination of the effects of participation in the Instructional and Caring Contact (ICC) professional development and individualized feedback on teachers? use of classroom instructional and managerial strategies, based on a sample of 12 teachers who received the intervention and 13 teachers in a control group setting from 5 Head Start agencies in a large Midwestern city
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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