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The changing role of the teacher : international perspectives / Norman M. Goble and James F. Porter ; a study prepared for the International Bureau of Education
Bib ID 914506
Format BookBook
Author
Goble, Norman M
 
Description Paris : Unesco, 1977 
234 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9231014595
Series

Studies and surveys in comparative education.

Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [219]-230.

Subjects Teachers -- Training of.
Other authors/contributors Porter, James F. (James Forrest), 1928-, joint author  |  International Bureau of Education

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