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Kindergarten teachers adjust their teaching practices in accordance with children's academic pre-skills

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A study of differences within kindergarten classes in pre-reading and pre-math skills and a second study of the association between both pre-reading and pre-math skills of children in the fall of kindergarten and teachers' emotional support, classroom organization and instructional support in kindergarten in the spring, with both studies based on data from 1,268 children their 49 teachers in kindergartens in Finland
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Finland

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