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ROZŠÍŘENÉ VYHLEDÁVÁNÍ

PODROBNOSTI O ČASOPISE:

Pohľady učiteľov na slovenskú reformu školstva a svoje miesto v nej

Beata Kosová, Marián Trnka

(Teachers’ Views on the Slovak School Reform and Their Position in It)

ORBIS SCHOLAE
https://doi.org/10.14712/23363177.2018.287

zveřejněno 19.11.2018 
klíčová slova: curriculum reform; implementation of reform; teacher; attitudes towards reform



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