The Role of Knowledge, Knowledge Processes and Experience in the RE Curriculum.

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Μονάδα:
Τμήμα Θεολογίας
Τίτλος:
The Role of Knowledge, Knowledge Processes and Experience in the RE Curriculum.
Γλώσσες Τεκμηρίου:
Αγγλικά
Έτος δημοσίευσης:
2023
Συγγραφείς:
Marios Koukounaras Liagkis
Σελίδες:
131-150
Τίτλος βιβλίου:
Powerful Knowledge in Religious Education
Εκδότης:
Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN:
978-3-031-23185-8
Κύρια θεματική κατηγορία:
Εκπαίδευση – Αθλητισμός
Επίσημο URL (Εκδότης):
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-23186-5_7
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