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A comparison of workshop training versus intensive, experiential training for improving behavior support skills in early educators

A comparison of the effects of two training approaches--a one-day workshop and an intensive training condition that included a one-day workshop plus an additional four days of practice--on teachers' use of positive behavioral supports for preschool children, based on data from 88 teachers and aides randomly assigned to one of the two training conditions in Head Start classrooms in Western New York
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United States
New York

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