Teaching and managing large groups
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Teaching and managing large groups a collaborative guide

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Published by [Newcastle Polytechnic] in [Newcastle] .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled by Sally Brown ; with contributions by staff from throughout the Polytechnic.
ContributionsBrown, Sally, 1950-, Newcastle upon Tyne Polytechnic. Educational Development Service.
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Pagination[21]p.
Number of Pages21
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Open LibraryOL18555241M

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