Curriculum conversation: The teachers' voices

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Nuttall, Mary. (2005). Curriculum conversation: The teachers' voices. In In P. Haywood, T. McCann and B. Neville et al. (Ed.). Towards re-enchantment: education; imagination and the getting of wisdom pp. 145 - 152 Post Pressed.
AuthorsNuttall, Mary
EditorsP. Haywood, T. McCann and B. Neville et al.
Page range145 - 152
Year2005
Book titleTowards re-enchantment: education; imagination and the getting of wisdom
PublisherPost Pressed
ISBN1876682809
Research GroupSchool of Education
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