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Exploring factors related to preschool teachers' self-efficacy

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A study of the relationship between teachers' confidence in their teaching abilities and child engagement, years of teaching experience, and teacher collaborative influence, based on questionnaire responses of 48 preschool teachers at publically-funded preschool or Head Start classrooms that serve at risk children
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United States

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