Evaluating problem solving across curriculum
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Published by The Ministry in [Victoria, BC .
Written in English


  • Problem solving -- Study and teaching.,
  • Group problem solving.,
  • Problem solving -- Activity programs.

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StatementProvince of British Columbia [Ministry of Education ; contract team, Arnold Toutant ... [et al.] ; Ministry contributors, Patricia Horstead ... [et al.]].
ContributionsToutant, Arnold, 1938-, Horstead, Patricia.
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Pagination118 p. :
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17302936M

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