Exceptional students in mathematics

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Diezmann, Carmel, Faragher, Rhonda Muriel, Lowrie, Tom and Putt, Brenda BicknellIan. (2004) Exceptional students in mathematics. In In bB. Perry, G. Anthony and C. Diezmann (Ed.). Research in Mathematics Education in Australasia; 2000-2003 pp. 175 - 196 Post Pressed.
AuthorsDiezmann, Carmel, Faragher, Rhonda Muriel, Lowrie, Tom and Putt, Brenda BicknellIan
EditorsbB. Perry, G. Anthony and C. Diezmann
Page range175 - 196
Year2004
Book titleResearch in Mathematics Education in Australasia; 2000-2003
PublisherPost Pressed
ISBN1876682647
Research GroupSchool of Education
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