The Social Turn in Understanding Learning and Its Implications for Facilitating Learning
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Atweh, Bill. 2008. The Social Turn in Understanding Learning and Its Implications for Facilitating Learning, in Atweh, B. et al. (eds), Ripples of Change: A Journey of Preservice Teacher Education Reform in the Philippines, pp. 81-109. Quezon City, Philippines: Commission on Higher Education.
Ripples of Change: A Journey of Preservice Teacher Education Reform in the Philippines
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