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Quality from a toddler's perspective: A bottom-up examination of classroom experiences

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An examination of the relationship between quantity and type of teacher-child interaction from naturalistic observations of children and a classroom assessment, conducted in a young toddler classroom with 10 children ages 12- through 24- months in a low-income area of a mid-size city in Tennessee
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
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Tennessee

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