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New manual offers tips, strategies and tricks for teachers

Publication date 01 December 2022 | 21:13 | ICT

Teaching Strategies is a new work related to effective teaching and learning, edited and translated by Khin Vandy, higher education mentor of the National Institute of Education.

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