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Title: Representing the dynamic complexity of students' mental models of learning in order to provide 'entry points' for teaching
Authors: Askell-Williams, Helen
Lawson, Mike Joseph
Issue Date: 2005
Citation: Askell-Williams, H. & Lawson, M.J., 2005. Representing the dynamic complexity of students' mental models of learning in order to provide 'entry points' for teaching. New Horizons in Education, 113, 16-40.
URI: http://www.wef.org.au/newhorizons_tableofcontentslisting.htm#Volume%20113:%20November%202005
http://hdl.handle.net/2328/12427
ISSN: 0028-5382
Appears in Collections:Helen Askell-Williams
1303 - Specialist Studies in Education

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