DAP, kindergarten teachers
As teacher training institutions have adopted the NAEYC standards for developmentally appropriate practices (hereinafter DAP) (Bredekamp, 1987) and have begun to routinely train pre-service teachers in these principles the need for student teaching experiences which reflect this orientation has become a priority for many teacher educators. However, locating developmentally appropriate placement settings, particularly when large numbers of student teachers are being trained simultaneously, may be difficult in some localities.
Original Publication Citation
Haupt, J.H., Larsen, J.M., Robinson, C.C., & Hart, C.H. (1995). Impact of Developmentally Appropriate inservice training on the beliefs and practices of kindergarten teachers. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 16, 12-18.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Haupt, Julia H.; Larsen, Jean M.; Robinson, Clyde C.; and Hart, Craig H., "The Impact of DAP Inservice Training of the Beliefs and Practices of Kindergarten Teachers" (1995). All Faculty Publications. 2924.
Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education
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