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Personal Pedagogical Framework

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Personal Pedagogical Framework
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EDP3333 Assignment 2 ~ Jennifer Walsh ~ 0019520421
Understanding Contemporary Learning Theory
BF Skinner
Piaget
Lev Vygotsky
John Dewey
Theories of Learning
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