Becoming a Teacher: Issues in Secondary Teaching
Justin Dillon, Meg Maguire
Open University Press, 1997 - Classes (Éducation) - Conduite - Grande-Bretagne - 257 pages
Providing a clear overview of topics affecting all new teachers, this important & insightful text contains authoritative & accessible chapters by specialists in the field. It has been developed from the successful PGCE course at King's College, London & draws upon the latest research into key issues.
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