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Early Childhood Practitioners Developing an Academic Voice and Tutors Making Sense of the Research Process

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The study shares insights into the way undergraduate students who are early childhood practitioners in their final year of study developed an academic voice beyond the walls of a University. It was designed by two University tutors who followed the […]

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