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Teacher–child interaction quality and Chinese children's academic and cognitive development: New perspectives from piecewise growth modeling Journal article
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 2020,Volume: 51,Page: 242-255
Authors:  Bi Ying Hu;  Xitao Fan;  Yan Wu;  Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch;  Zhanmei Song
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Child Outcomes  China  Early Childhood Education  Piecewise Growth Model  Teacher–child Interaction  
What attracts young people to become teachers? A comparative study of pre-service student teachers' motivation to become teachers in Hong Kong and Macau Journal article
ASIA PACIFIC EDUCATION REVIEW, 2018,Volume: 19,Issue: 3,Page: 433-444
Authors:  Tang, Sylvia Y. F.;  Wong, P. M.;  Wong, Angel K. Y.;  Cheng, May M. H.
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Teaching motivation  Pre-service student teachers  Initial teacher education  Comparative study  
Chinese urban and suburban parents' priorities for early childhood education practices: Applying Q-sort methodology Journal article
Children and Youth Services Review, 2016,Volume: 64,Page: 100-109
Authors:  Bi Ying Hu;  Yi Yang;  Sylvia S.L. Ieong
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Parents' Priority Quality Ece Program Characteristics  Q-sort Process  Urban And subUrban Chinese Parents  
Provoking Reflective Thinking in Post Observation Conversations Journal article
Journal of Teacher Education, 2016,Volume: 67,Issue: 3,Page: 203–219
Authors:  Younhee Kim;  Rita Elaine Silver
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Professional Development  Inservice Education  Reflection  Mentoring  Video Analysis  Conversation Analysis  Post Observation Conversation