Mathematics teachers' beliefs


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VOSS, Thamar, Thilo KLEICKMANN, Mareike KUNTER, Axinja HACHFELD, 2013. Mathematics teachers' beliefs. In: KUNTER, Mareike, ed. and others. Cognitive activation in the mathematics classroom and professional competence of teachers : results from the COACTIV project. New York:Springer, pp. 249-271. ISBN 978-1-4614-5148-8

@incollection{Voss2013Mathe-39071, title={Mathematics teachers' beliefs}, year={2013}, doi={10.1007/978-1-4614-5149-5_12}, number={8}, isbn={978-1-4614-5148-8}, address={New York}, publisher={Springer}, series={Mathematics teacher education}, booktitle={Cognitive activation in the mathematics classroom and professional competence of teachers : results from the COACTIV project}, pages={249--271}, editor={Kunter, Mareike}, author={Voss, Thamar and Kleickmann, Thilo and Kunter, Mareike and Hachfeld, Axinja} }

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