Task 4

Mind Map for Parent as Teachers

Jasmine Capers

Old Dominion University HMSV 440W


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Manz, P., & Bracaliello, C. (2016). Expanding home visiting outcomes: Collaborative measurement of parental play beliefs and examination of their association with parents’ involvement in toddler’s learning. Early childhood Research Quarterly, 36, pp. 157-167.  Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecresq.2015.12.015

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