How do we support beginner teachers to develop awareness and understanding of issues of social justice?

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White, M. 2017. How do we support beginner teachers to develop awareness and understanding of issues of social justice? Research Matters: The BERA Blog.
AuthorsWhite, M.
JournalResearch Matters: The BERA Blog
Year2017
PublisherBritish Educational Research Association (BERA)
Web address (URL)https://www.bera.ac.uk/blog/how-do-we-support-beginner-teachers-to-develop-awareness-and-understanding-of-issues-of-social-justice
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Print01 Aug 2017
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Deposited13 Nov 2017
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