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Promoting communities of practice and parallel process in early childhood settings

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A case study of the nature of conversations and topics during on-site professional development meetings and what promotes both talk about practice during meetings, and the transfer of this talk into best practices in classrooms, based on data from 36 educators across three early care and education settings: a small urban elementary school, a Head Start center, and a university laboratory school
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