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Four-year-old children's perceptions of their experience of psychological, social and emotional, and physical well-being in social-constructivist and direct-instruction preschools

Description:
An examination of 12 4-year-old children perceptions of their experience of psychological, social and emotional, and physical well-being in social-constructivist and direct-instruction preschools through observations, interviews with children, and artifacts of 6 children in each of two schools
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Colorado

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