Vol 18, N° 3

Education professionals’ training in relation to learning objectives and learning outcomes. Sharing tests

La formazione dei professionisti dell'educazione tra obiettivi formativi e learning outcomes. Prove di condivisione

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Education professionals’ training in relation to learning objectives and learning outcomes. Sharing tests PDF
Loretta Fabbri, Francesca Torlone 1-6

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