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ComPADRE Tutorial MIAAPT 09
written by Bruce Mason
This is the overview ppt for the workshop at the MIAAPT section meeting March 28, 2008
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ComPADRE, assessment, digital library, digital resources, model unit, section presentation, student tutorials, teacher support, the Physics Front
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Mason, B. (2009). ComPADRE Tutorial MIAAPT 09. Retrieved July 3, 2020, from
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Mason, Bruce. "ComPADRE Tutorial MIAAPT 09." 2009. (accessed 3 July 2020).
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