Exploring Early Childhood Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices in Emergent Literacy: Does Practice Vary by the Socioeconomic Status of the Children?

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NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education journal
Amber Dampney, Jayne Newbury and Megan McAuliffe. University of Canterbury NZ. Full reference: Dampney, A., Newbury, J., & McAuliffe, M. (2018). Exploring early childhood teachers’ beliefs and practices in emergent literacy: Does practice vary by the socioeconomic status of the […]

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