Early Predictors in Preschool for Later School Success

Based on the results of one study, emotional development and attentional skills are the predictors of 1st-graders' school success.

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1: "Examining The Link Between Preschool Socialemotional Competence And First Grade Academic Achievement: The Role Of Attention Skills," Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 2011, by BL Rhoades, HK Warren, CE Domitrovich. (Citations: 52).

Recently, research has begun to identify cognitive and socialemotional predictors of early academic success. Yet few studies have examined the mechanisms by which children's socialemotional skills are associated with later academic success. The present study ...



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