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Rising to the challenge: Innovative early childhood teachers adapt to the COVID-19 era

The authors interviewed 26 teachers of 3- to 6-year-old children in public and private educational institutions regarding their teaching and learning experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. The teachers worked in various countries of Latin and North America, including Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, and the United States. This article spotlights some of the challenges these teachers faced and the innovative responses they employed. (author abstract)
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United States; Paraguay; Puerto Rico; Nicaragua; Mexico; Dominican Republic; Costa Rica; Brazil
Puerto Rico

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