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Thinking dispositions as a resource for resilience in the gritty reality of learning to teach

Overview of attention for article published in Australian Educational Researcher (Australian Association for Research in Education), August 2019
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Thinking dispositions as a resource for resilience in the gritty reality of learning to teach
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Australian Educational Researcher (Australian Association for Research in Education), August 2019
DOI 10.1007/s13384-019-00345-z
Authors

Amanda McGraw, Sharon McDonough

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#10,253,568
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#262
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#118,421
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