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The influence of teachers' teaching approaches on students' learning approaches: The student perspective

Bibliographic reference Beausaert, Simon ; Segers, M. ; Wiltink, D.. The influence of teachers' teaching approaches on students' learning approaches: The student perspective. In: Educational Research, Vol. 55, no.1, p. 1-15 (2013)
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