The European Educational Researcher

Stop the Teaching Profession Eating its Young: Invest in Research on Novice Teachers

The European Educational Researcher, Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2023, pp. 61-66
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Admiraal, W. (2023). Stop the Teaching Profession Eating its Young: Invest in Research on Novice Teachers. The European Educational Researcher, 6(1), 61-66.
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