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Taiwanese early childhood beliefs' about curriculum

An examination of Taiwanese early childhood educators' beliefs about curriculum, focusing on their perception of developmentally appropriate practices (DAP) and the effects of their beliefs on their classroom practices as well as a comparison of their beliefs/practices with those of American early childhood educators
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