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How teachers’ inclusionary and exclusionary pedagogical practices manifest in disabled children’s uses of technologies in schools.

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How teachers’ inclusionary and exclusionary pedagogical practices manifest in disabled children’s uses of technologies in schools. / Cranmer, Sue.

2019. Paper presented at Sustainable ICT, Education and Learning Conference, Kama Village, Mangapwani, Tanzania, United Republic of.

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Cranmer, S 2019, 'How teachers’ inclusionary and exclusionary pedagogical practices manifest in disabled children’s uses of technologies in schools.', Paper presented at Sustainable ICT, Education and Learning Conference, Kama Village, Mangapwani, Tanzania, United Republic of, 25/04/19 - 27/04/19.

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Cranmer, S. (2019). How teachers’ inclusionary and exclusionary pedagogical practices manifest in disabled children’s uses of technologies in schools.. Paper presented at Sustainable ICT, Education and Learning Conference, Kama Village, Mangapwani, Tanzania, United Republic of.

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Cranmer S. How teachers’ inclusionary and exclusionary pedagogical practices manifest in disabled children’s uses of technologies in schools.. 2019. Paper presented at Sustainable ICT, Education and Learning Conference, Kama Village, Mangapwani, Tanzania, United Republic of.

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Cranmer, Sue. / How teachers’ inclusionary and exclusionary pedagogical practices manifest in disabled children’s uses of technologies in schools. Paper presented at Sustainable ICT, Education and Learning Conference, Kama Village, Mangapwani, Tanzania, United Republic of.

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