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Al classrooms that tend to be happy harmonious places

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alClassrooms that tend to be happy, harmonious places that support children's emotional health are ones that encourage: Question options: ng and obedience. p and socializing. without guidelines. e behavior. Learning for children starts with __________ experiences and objects from which to make sense. Question options: Good teachers create a(n) _____________ learning environment to foster children's curiosity and desire to learn. Question options:
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All of the following factors EXCEPT ____________ needs should be considered when establishing a routine. Question options: al ___________ is an invitation to discipline problems, as well as a serious waste of children's time. Question options: aloud n groups urns in line
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___________ thinking provides the framework for classifying, and therefore making sense of, any information. Question options: mathematical Ms. Shapiro encourages her students to respect her wishes by showing respect for their: Question options: ork. According to Piaget, _________, or physical, knowledge is derived from our engagement with objects in the world. Question options: ent
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lmathematicalWhen materials are organized clearly and are freely accessible, children are more likely to: Question options: mission for materials. rials without asking for permission. why they are choosing a certain activity. tions.
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