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Developing teachers as science leaders in primary school

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Developing teachers as science leaders in primary school. / Mackintosh, Julia; White, Elizabeth; Dickerson, Claire.

2016. 64-71 Poster session presented at University of Hertfordshire Research Development Conference 2016, United Kingdom.

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Harvard

Mackintosh, J, White, E & Dickerson, C 2016, 'Developing teachers as science leaders in primary school', University of Hertfordshire Research Development Conference 2016, United Kingdom, 21/09/16 pp. 64-71.

APA

Mackintosh, J., White, E., & Dickerson, C. (2016). Developing teachers as science leaders in primary school. 64-71. Poster session presented at University of Hertfordshire Research Development Conference 2016, United Kingdom.

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Mackintosh J, White E, Dickerson C. Developing teachers as science leaders in primary school. 2016. Poster session presented at University of Hertfordshire Research Development Conference 2016, United Kingdom.

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Mackintosh, Julia ; White, Elizabeth ; Dickerson, Claire. / Developing teachers as science leaders in primary school. Poster session presented at University of Hertfordshire Research Development Conference 2016, United Kingdom.8 p.

Bibtex

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