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Teaching ‘in our remoteness’: A constructivist grounded theory of primary school teaching in a remote area of Nepal

posted on 05.02.2019, 00:00 by Derek MitchellDerek Mitchell
Drawing on the experiences of a cohort of public primary school teacher from a remote area in northern Nepal, this study provides deep explanatory theory of remote teaching and its challenges, offering insights into the dynamics of policy and practice and the power of context over such processes.



Central Queensland University

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Dr Wendy Hillman ; Professor Bobby Harreveld ; Dr Reyna Zipf

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Master's by Research Thesis