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Teacher activity orienting predicts preschoolers' academic and self-regulatory skills

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A study of the relationship between teacher orienting both to the group and to individual students and both self-regulation and knowledge of five academic subjects in a sample 140 preschoolers in 41 classes
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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