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The power of coaching for school improvement : nurturing talent & building capacity / Gary R. O'Mahony, Robin J. Matthews, Bruce G. Barnett
Bib ID 4612711
Format BookBook
Author
O'Mahony, Gary R
 
Description Moorabbin, Vic : Hawker Brownlow Education, c2009 
xiv, 140 p. : ill., port. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9781741707571
Notes

Bibliography: [131]-140.

Subjects School management and organization.  |  School environment.  |  Educational change.  |  Teacher effectiveness.
Other authors/contributors Matthews, Robin J  |  Barnett, Bruce G

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