Relationship Between Early Childhood Practitioner Beliefs and the Adoption of Innovative and Recommended Practices

The Tots ‘n Tech Research Institute has published a new research synthesis, Relationship Between Early Childhood Practitioner Beliefs and the Adoption of Innovative and Recommended Practices (2012), by Carol M. Trivette, Carl J. Dunst, Deborah W. Hamby and Diana Meter. The synthesis sheds light on the nature of belief-practice linkages and underscores the need for more research on the kinds of belief appraisals held by early childhood practitioners and how those beliefs influence their adoption and use of different kinds of early childhood intervention practices.

The URL for this resource is http://tnt.asu.edu/files/TotsNTech_ResearchBrief_v6_n1_2012.pdf

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