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Whole-group instruction practices and children's attention: A preliminary report

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An identification of recommended teacher practices related to whole-group instruction in preschool classrooms and examination of the relationship between teachers' use of the practices and children's attentiveness, based on data from 40 classrooms in 15 public and 16 private schools observed during regularly scheduled whole-group instruction sessions
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United States

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