Gender differences in engagement with creative technologies in the early years of schooling

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McDonald, Susan and Howell, Jennifer. (2011) Gender differences in engagement with creative technologies in the early years of schooling. In J. Wright (Ed.). AARE 2011 Conference Proceedings. Australia: Open Book Print (AARE Publication). pp. 1 - 11
AuthorsMcDonald, Susan and Howell, Jennifer
Year2011
PublisherOpen Book Print (AARE Publication)
Page range1 - 11
Research GroupSchool of Education
Place of publicationAustralia
EditorsJ. Wright
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