Teaching in the globalised university - how do we face the challenges of the multicultural classroom? Keynote address

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Teaching in the globalised university - how do we face the challenges of the multicultural classroom? Keynote address. / Lauridsen, Karen M.

2018. Abstract fra Lärarkonferens 2018 - universitetslärare i en föränderlig värld, Stockholm, Sverige.

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Lauridsen, K. M. (2018). Teaching in the globalised university - how do we face the challenges of the multicultural classroom? Keynote address. Abstract fra Lärarkonferens 2018 - universitetslärare i en föränderlig värld, Stockholm, Sverige.

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Lauridsen KM. 2018. Teaching in the globalised university - how do we face the challenges of the multicultural classroom? Keynote address. Abstract fra Lärarkonferens 2018 - universitetslärare i en föränderlig värld, Stockholm, Sverige.

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Lauridsen KM. Teaching in the globalised university - how do we face the challenges of the multicultural classroom? Keynote address. 2018. Abstract fra Lärarkonferens 2018 - universitetslärare i en föränderlig värld, Stockholm, Sverige.

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Lauridsen, Karen M. / Teaching in the globalised university - how do we face the challenges of the multicultural classroom? Keynote address. Abstract fra Lärarkonferens 2018 - universitetslärare i en föränderlig värld, Stockholm, Sverige.

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