This Fall issue provides readers with diverse perspectives on a variety of topics including the impact Covid-19 had on pre-service teachers, Korean mothers, and children’s social skills. Moreover, this issue discusses how music can be utilized to increase literacy in the classroom, the benefits of structured and unstructured play, and recommended toys for play. The IJWC continues to be committed to promoting holistic learning and the development of the whole child.
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