Ten key principles from research for the professional development of mathematics teachers

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Clarke, Douglas McLean 2007. Ten key principles from research for the professional development of mathematics teachers. in: G. C. Leder and H. J. Forgasz (ed.) Stepping Stones for the 21st Century: Australasian Mathematics Education Research Sense Publishers. pp. 27 - 37
AuthorsClarke, Douglas McLean
EditorsG. C. Leder and H. J. Forgasz
Page range27 - 37
Year2007
Book titleStepping Stones for the 21st Century: Australasian Mathematics Education Research
PublisherSense Publishers
ISBN9789087901486
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