How three young toddlers transition from an infant to a toddler child care classroom: Exploring the influence of peer relationships, teacher expectations, and changing social contexts
Recchia, Susan L.;
||A study of infants' peer relationships, teacher expectations of those infants, and changes in infant peer relationships over the course of 9 months, from their last semester in their infant classroom through their transition to a toddler classroom at a university-based child
care center, based on observations of 3 infants and participant observations and interviews with their teachers
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