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The efficacy of HeadsUp! Reading in Missouri on teachers' knowledge of emergent literacy: A satellite-based literacy development training course

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An examination of changes on teachers' knowledge of emergent literacy, teaching practices related to emergent literacy and overall classroom quality while enrolled in a satellite-based literacy development training course among a population of 525 year one and 342 year two early childhood professionals across 52 sites in Missouri
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Missouri

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