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Teacher appraisal an annotated bibliography by Brian Aldred

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Published by Dept ofEducation, Univ. of London in Liverpool .
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Statementcompiled by Brian Aldred and Ray Derricott.
SeriesOccasional paper / University of Liverpool. Department of Education -- 4, Occasional papers (University of Liverpool. Department of Education) -- 4.
ContributionsDerricott, Ray., University of Liverpool. Department of Education. In-Service Unit.
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Open LibraryOL13961565M

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