Concerned about their learning: What matters to mathematics students seeking to study despite absence from school owing to chronic illness

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Wilkie, Karina. (2011). Concerned about their learning: What matters to mathematics students seeking to study despite absence from school owing to chronic illness. In J. Clark, B. Kissane and J. Mousley (Ed.). Mathematics: Traditions and [new] practices: Proceedings of the 2011 AAMT-MERGA conference. Australia: AAMT and MERGA. pp. 786 - 794
AuthorsWilkie, Karina
Year2011
PublisherAAMT and MERGA
Page range786 - 794
Research GroupSchool of Education
Place of publicationAustralia
EditorsJ. Clark, B. Kissane and J. Mousley
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