QuaderniCIRD 16 (2018)

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QuaderniCIRD n. 16 (2018)
Rivista del Centro Interdipartimentale
per la Ricerca Didattica
dell'Università di Trieste
Journal of the Interdepartmental Center for Educational Research
of the University of Trieste

ISSN: 2039-8646

Direttore responsabile:
Luciana Zuccheri

Comitato editoriale:
Silvia Battistella
Furio Finocchiaro
Helena Lozano Miralles
Tiziana Piras
Paolo Sorzio
Michele Stoppa
Verena Zudini

Revisione sunti in inglese:
Monica Randaccio

Numero a cura di:
Luciana Zuccheri
Tiziana Piras
Michele Stoppa

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