Searching the roots of democracy : collaborative intervention in teacher education
Kostiainen, E., Klemola, U., & Maylor, U. (2017). Searching the roots of democracy : collaborative intervention in teacher education. In A. Raiker, & M. Rautiainen (Eds.), Educating for Democracy in England and Finland : Principles and Culture (pp. 54-68). Routledge. Routledge Research in International and Comparative Education.
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