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Learning through reflection. by Andrew Castley

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Published in Northampton .
Written in English


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SeriesOESD Occasional Paper -- no.17
ContributionsNene College. Office for Educational and Staff Development.
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Pagination7p.
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Open LibraryOL19951872M

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