University of Hertfordshire

Internationalising teachers and teaching

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

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Internationalising teachers and teaching. / Thornton, Mary.

Commonwealth Education Partnerships: 2009/2010. ed. / Commonwealth Secretariat. 1st. ed. Nexus Strategic Partnerships, 2009. p. 125-127.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Thornton, M 2009, Internationalising teachers and teaching. in CS (ed.), Commonwealth Education Partnerships: 2009/2010. 1st edn, Nexus Strategic Partnerships, pp. 125-127.

APA

Thornton, M. (2009). Internationalising teachers and teaching. In C. S. (Ed.), Commonwealth Education Partnerships: 2009/2010 (1st ed., pp. 125-127). Nexus Strategic Partnerships.

Vancouver

Thornton M. Internationalising teachers and teaching. In CS, editor, Commonwealth Education Partnerships: 2009/2010. 1st ed. Nexus Strategic Partnerships. 2009. p. 125-127

Author

Thornton, Mary. / Internationalising teachers and teaching. Commonwealth Education Partnerships: 2009/2010. editor / Commonwealth Secretariat. 1st. ed. Nexus Strategic Partnerships, 2009. pp. 125-127

Bibtex

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