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Barrueco Sandra, 2012
Synergistic interchanges among child, family, and broader systems relate directly and indirectly with one another over time to foster early linguistic and literacy development in a dynamic, multiplicative fashion (Dickinson & McCabe, 2001). Such…
Nergaard Trude Brita, January 2009
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A qualitative evaluation of a multi-center half-day program providing cultural integration for young children from immigrant and minority families in Oslo, based on interviews with 45 participating families, 15 staff, and 7 teachers
Mevorach Miriam, April 2008
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the perceptions of 18 Israeli preschool teachers regarding the different mentalities and learning styles of mainstream Israeli and Ethiopian immigrant children