Negotiating teaching as a career at a rural elementary school

Başer, Zeynep
Karaman, Abdullah Cendel


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Z. Başer and A. C. Karaman, “Negotiating teaching as a career at a rural elementary school,” presented at the Teacher Education from a Global Perspective (19-21 May 2016), University of Malta , Malta, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: