Supporting Teaching Practices to Foster Toddlers’ Emotional Literacy

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Supporting Teaching Practices to Foster Toddlers’ Emotional Literacy. Full reference: Clarke, L.R., McLaughlin, T. W., Aspden, K. & Riley, T.  (2021). Supporting teaching practices to foster toddlers’ emotional literacy.  NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 23(1), pp. 52-58 […]

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