Lesson study in initial teacher education:Citation formats

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Lesson study in initial teacher education: students’ positioning analysed through the lens of Figured Worlds. / Archer, Rosa.

BSRLM Proceedings. Vol. 36 British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 2016. p. 13-18.

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Archer, R 2016, Lesson study in initial teacher education: students’ positioning analysed through the lens of Figured Worlds. in BSRLM Proceedings. vol. 36, British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, pp. 13-18.

APA

Archer, R. (2016). Lesson study in initial teacher education: students’ positioning analysed through the lens of Figured Worlds. In BSRLM Proceedings (Vol. 36, pp. 13-18). British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics.

Vancouver

Archer R. Lesson study in initial teacher education: students’ positioning analysed through the lens of Figured Worlds. In BSRLM Proceedings. Vol. 36. British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics. 2016. p. 13-18

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Archer, Rosa. / Lesson study in initial teacher education: students’ positioning analysed through the lens of Figured Worlds. BSRLM Proceedings. Vol. 36 British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 2016. pp. 13-18

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