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Getting Better: Instructional Practices of Preschool Teachers that Support Academic Growth in Students
Grubb, Sarrah J

2016, Doctor of Philosophy, Miami University, Educational Leadership.
A strong preschool experience is paramount for later academic success. Extensive research supports the idea that the teacher has substantial influence on student success. This study explores the connection between classroom teacher-student interactions and student academic gains. What types of practices do preschool teachers actively implement as support to bolster student learning?

Kate Rousmaniere (Committee Chair)
Kathleen Knight Abowitz (Committee Member)
Denise Taliaferro Baszile (Committee Member)
Kevin Ray Bush (Committee Member)
65 p.

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