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The efficacy of emotional and instructional support (EIS) training and consultation on Head Start teacher-child interactions

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A study of the relationship between participation in six weeks of Emotional and Instructional Support (EIS) training and consultation and Head Start teacher and child interactions, based on observations of 17 Head Start teachers prior to, after, and as a follow-up to the training intervention
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United States
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Nevada

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