Published on February 4th, 2021 | by Cara Gormally0
Questions Without Good Answers: A Comic
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- Direct quote from: Sak R. 2020. Preschoolers’ difficult questions and their teachers’ responses. Early Childhood Education Journal. Idea from: Olsson L.M. 2013. Taking children’s questions seriously: the need for creative thought. Global Studies of Childhood 3(3): 230-253.