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Toddler teachers' use of Teaching Pyramid practices

A mixed-method study of toddler teachers' use of Teaching Pyramid practices, a social and emotional development support intervention for children and the relationship between its use and classroom quality, based on structured interviews with lead teachers, participant observations in each of 4 classrooms, and classroom rating scales
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United States

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