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Motivating learning. / Rogers, C. G.

Pedagogy - Teaching for learning: British Journal of Educational Psychology, Monograph Series 2: Psychological Aspects of Education - Current Trends. Leicester : British Psychological Society, 2005.

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Rogers, CG 2005, Motivating learning. in Pedagogy - Teaching for learning: British Journal of Educational Psychology, Monograph Series 2: Psychological Aspects of Education - Current Trends. British Psychological Society, Leicester.

APA

Rogers, C. G. (2005). Motivating learning. In Pedagogy - Teaching for learning: British Journal of Educational Psychology, Monograph Series 2: Psychological Aspects of Education - Current Trends Leicester: British Psychological Society.

Vancouver

Rogers CG. Motivating learning. In Pedagogy - Teaching for learning: British Journal of Educational Psychology, Monograph Series 2: Psychological Aspects of Education - Current Trends. Leicester: British Psychological Society. 2005

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Rogers, C. G. / Motivating learning. Pedagogy - Teaching for learning: British Journal of Educational Psychology, Monograph Series 2: Psychological Aspects of Education - Current Trends. Leicester : British Psychological Society, 2005.

Bibtex

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RIS

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