A Person-Centered Approach for Analyzing Multidimensional Integration in Collaboration Between Educational Researchers and Practitioners

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A Person-Centered Approach for Analyzing Multidimensional Integration in Collaboration Between Educational Researchers and Practitioners. / Straub, Robin Pascal; Ehmke, Timo.

in: Frontiers in Education, Jahrgang 6, 492608, 06.07.2021.

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