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Teacher perception of preschool disruptive behavior: Prevalence and contributing factors
Using data to improve quality: Formal and informal mechanisms supporting professional development in NYC’s Pre-K for All
Individual and contextual factors associated with pre-kindergarten teachers' responsiveness to the MyTeachingPartner coaching intervention
The Targeted Reading Intervention: Face-to-face vs. webcam literacy coaching of classroom teachers
Early childhood teachers’ self-efficacy and professional support predict work engagement
What preschool classroom experiences are associated with whether children improve in visuomotor integration?
Preschool teachers' engagement in professional development: Frequency, perceived usefulness, and relationship with self-efficacy beliefs
Preschool teachers' self-efficacy, burnout, and stress in online professional development: A mixed methods approach to understand change
Testing a holistic conceptual framework for early childhood teacher well-being
Leveraging self-determination theory to understand which preschool teachers benefit most from a professional development intervention
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