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Can Early Years’ Practitioners Facilitate Social Development During Conflicts Between Young Children?

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NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education journal

Research on social competence, mediation strategies and how teachers can better manage conflicts between children aged 3 to 5 years in early childhood settings. Read the full paper below. Or to order a pdf copy of the article go to the main NZIRECE Journal page.

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