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STERLING HONIG A.; ENG LIM S.
Early Childhood Education in Hong Kong and its Challenges
What Makes a Good Kindergarten Teacher? A Pilot Interview Study in Hong Kong
YUEN LING L.
Mentoring Student-Teacher Case Studies
The Dilemma of Early Childhood Teachers Required to Carry Out a Curriculum Implementation Process: case studies
Developing Reflective and Thinking Skills by Means of Semantic Mapping Strategies in Kindergarten Teacher Education
ENG LIM S.; WAH CHAN CHENG P.; SEUNG LAM M.; FONG NGAN S.
A Narrative Inquiry into Teaching of In-service Kindergarten Teachers: implications for re-conceptualizing early childhood teacher education in Hong Kong
SING WONG S.
A Study of Children's Difficulties in Transition to School in Hong Kong
NGAI CHUN W.
The Use of Pedometry to Evaluate the Physical Activity Levels among Preschool Children in Hong Kong
LOUIE L.; CHAN L.
How Teachers Can Assess Kindergarten Children's Motor Performance in Hong Kong
YUNG LAM M.; HING IP M.; KEUNG LUI P.; KAY KOONG M.
Hong Kong Children's Concept of Distributive Justice
WONG M.; NUNES T.
Socialization Goals, Parenting Practices, and Peer Competence in Chinese and English Preschoolers
PEARSON E.; RAO N.
What Hong Kong Teachers and Parents Think about Thinking
LAM M-Y.L.; ENG LIM S.; CHEN MA J.; ADAMS L.
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