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Action-research a framework for self-evaluation in schools by Elliott, John

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StatementJohn Elliott.
SeriesWorking paper / Schools Council Programme 2 Teacher-Pupil Interaction and the Quality of Learning project -- no.1
ContributionsSchools Council. Programme two.
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Open LibraryOL13977634M

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