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Impact of online support for teachers' open-ended questioning in pre-k science activities

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A study of the effects of teacher supports, that include both online video demonstrations of questioning techniques and companion workshop activities, on both teachers' open-ended questioning during prekindergarten activities and students' verbal productivity, lexical diversity, and syntactic complexity, based on data from 25 teachers from a larger implementation study of the MyTeachingPartner-Math/Science prekindergarten math and science curricula
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United States

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