Teacher Enthusiasm : Reviewing and Redefining a Complex Construct

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KELLER, Melanie M., Anita Woolfolk HOY, Thomas GOETZ, Anne C. FRENZEL, 2016. Teacher Enthusiasm : Reviewing and Redefining a Complex Construct. In: Educational Psychology Review. 28(4), pp. 743-769. ISSN 1040-726X. eISSN 1573-336X

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