Sustained shared thinking in an early childhood setting: An exploration of practitioners’ perspectives

In this paper Anne Purdon (Senior Lecturer in Early Years) defines sustained shared thinking and discusses practitioners’ views of its challenges and benefits.

This article is a preprint of an article whose final and definitive form has been published in Education 3-13 © 2014 Copyright Taylor & Francis.

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