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An analysis of the curriculum process as represented by the development of history and geography in Western Australian primary schools, 1890- 1936 / Eric N. Graham
Bib ID 824188
Format BookBook
Author
Graham, Eric N
 
Description 1995 
iii, 259 leaves ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Thesis submitted to the School of Education.

Thesis (PhD)--Murdoch University, 1995.

Bibliography: leaves 252-259.

Subjects History -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Western Australia.  |  Geography -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Western Australia.  |  Education -- Western Australia -- Curricula -- History.  |  Curriculum planning -- Western Australia -- History.
Other authors/contributors Murdoch University. School of Education

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