Problems encountered by science teachers in wheelchairs

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Problems encountered by science teachers in wheelchairs. / Haynes, Lyn; Turkenburg, Maria Gertrudis Wilhelmina.

8 p. UK : Association for Science Education. 2015, Article. (School Science Review; Vol. 96, No. 356).

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Harvard

Haynes, L & Turkenburg, MGW 2015, Problems encountered by science teachers in wheelchairs. Association for Science Education, UK. <http://www.ase.org.uk/journals/school-science-review/2015/02/356/>

APA

Haynes, L., & Turkenburg, M. G. W. (2015, Mar). Problems encountered by science teachers in wheelchairs. Association for Science Education. http://www.ase.org.uk/journals/school-science-review/2015/02/356/

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Haynes L, Turkenburg MGW. Problems encountered by science teachers in wheelchairs. 2015. 8 p.

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Haynes, Lyn ; Turkenburg, Maria Gertrudis Wilhelmina. / Problems encountered by science teachers in wheelchairs. 2015. UK : Association for Science Education. 8 p. (School Science Review; 356).

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