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Understanding teacher connectedness: The need to listen to young people’s voices

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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Understanding teacher connectedness: The need to listen to young people’s voices. / Garcia-Moya, Irene; Brooks, Fiona; Bunn, Frances.

2016. Abstract from Youth, Health and Practical Justice: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Sydney, Australia.

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Harvard

Garcia-Moya, I, Brooks, F & Bunn, F 2016, 'Understanding teacher connectedness: The need to listen to young people’s voices' Youth, Health and Practical Justice: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Sydney, Australia, 4/12/16, .

APA

Garcia-Moya, I., Brooks, F., & Bunn, F. (2016). Understanding teacher connectedness: The need to listen to young people’s voices. Abstract from Youth, Health and Practical Justice: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Vancouver

Garcia-Moya I, Brooks F, Bunn F. Understanding teacher connectedness: The need to listen to young people’s voices. 2016. Abstract from Youth, Health and Practical Justice: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Author

Garcia-Moya, Irene ; Brooks, Fiona ; Bunn, Frances. / Understanding teacher connectedness: The need to listen to young people’s voices. Abstract from Youth, Health and Practical Justice: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Bibtex

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