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This literature review documents the research that underpins and defines wellbeing for children from birth to five years outlining children’s trajectory of wellbeing and the learning environments and responsive interactions that support development of wellbeing. The purpose of this literature review is to survey policies, practices and debates that governments and their partners must navigate to provide education for refugee populations, and the strategies they have used to select and manage. Factors associated with student persistence in an online program of study: a review of the literature journal of interactive online learning, 11 (1), 19-42 kucan, l (2011. Ba/ba(hons) education and professional development dia0120 introduction to research and academic writing a literature review of the development and integration of 14-19.
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