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Improving teacher-child conversations in preschool classrooms: Effects on teachers and children

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Preschool teachers received training on ways to promote children's language development. Researchers then compared their use of these new language-facilitation strategies with teachers receiving no training on this topic. They also measured children's language skills to see if the training made a difference. (author abstract)
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