Effects of web-mediated professional development resources on teacher-child interactions in pre-kindergarten classrooms
Pianta, Robert C.;
Mashburn, Andrew J.;
Downer, Jason T.;
Justice, Laura M.;
Elsevier Science (Firm)
||Results from the first year of a 2-year study of the effects of personal consultations, provided through the internet, on teacher-child interactions in a randomly-assigned experimental group of 61 preschool classrooms in which the teachers received web-based consultation and access to videos through the MyTeachingPartner (MTP) program and a control group with access to the video materials but not to the consultations, and a comparison of the consultationís influence in classrooms of different sizes, poverty levels, and levels of student literacy
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