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Technology enhancing learning: Analysing uses of information and communication technologies by primary and secondary school pupils with learning frameworks.

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Technology enhancing learning: Analysing uses of information and communication technologies by primary and secondary school pupils with learning frameworks. / Passey, Don.

In: Curriculum Journal, Vol. 17(2), 01.06.2006, p. 139-166.

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title = "Technology enhancing learning: Analysing uses of information and communication technologies by primary and secondary school pupils with learning frameworks.",
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