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Exploring how to implement journal writing effectively in primary mathematics in Singapore

Exploring how to implement journal writing effectively in primary mathematics in Singapore
Exploring how to implement journal writing effectively in primary mathematics in Singapore
9810463022
56-62
Association of Mathematics Educators
Amir, Yazilah Bin
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Fan, Lianghuo
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Edge, Douglas
Yap, Ban Har
Amir, Yazilah Bin
430b106c-b85d-47c2-8703-c9c666894f55
Fan, Lianghuo
28afe582-cd04-4ddc-9acb-a12494af79e0
Edge, Douglas
Yap, Ban Har

Amir, Yazilah Bin and Fan, Lianghuo (2002) Exploring how to implement journal writing effectively in primary mathematics in Singapore. Edge, Douglas and Yap, Ban Har (eds.) In Mathematics Education for a Knowledge-Based Era. Proceedings of Second East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education & Ninth Southeast Asian Conference on Mathematics. Association of Mathematics Educators. pp. 56-62 .

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Published date: 2002
Venue - Dates: Mathematics Education for a Knowledge-Based Era, Singapore, Singapore, 2002-05-26 - 2002-05-30

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Local EPrints ID: 180001
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/180001
ISBN: 9810463022
PURE UUID: 4b138555-557e-4bb2-98de-c3ffd5081969

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Date deposited: 20 Jun 2011 10:41
Last modified: 18 Sep 2020 16:35

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Author: Yazilah Bin Amir
Author: Lianghuo Fan
Editor: Douglas Edge
Editor: Ban Har Yap

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