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Use of everyday-life competencies in resolving school tasks: A paradox? A case study with PISA items
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Citation Mehmeti, T. (2015). Use of everyday-life competencies in resolving school tasks: A paradox? A case study with PISA items. Presented at S. Breux, C. Miserez Caperos, & T. Mehmeti (Chairs), Discrepancies between adult’s expectations and children’s reasoning: Teachers, students, and psychologists dealing with a “same” task. Symposium conducted at the Annual congress of SSRE, St.Gallen.
   
Type Présentation (Anglais)
Date 31-7-2015
Evénement S. Breux, C. Miserez Caperos, & T. Mehmeti (Chairs), Discrepancies between adult’s expectations and children’s reasoning: Teachers, students, and psychologists dealing with a “same” task. Symposium conducted at the Annual congress of SSRE (St.Gallen)
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