Sequencing of instruction in relation to hierarchies of competence
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Sequencing of instruction in relation to hierarchies of competence a final report prepared by the Instructional Methods Program of the Center for Research and Evaluation in Applications of Technology in Education. by Leslie J. Briggs

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Published by American Institutes for Research in Washington .
Written in English

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ContributionsAmerican Institutes for Research., Center for Research and Evaluation in Applications of Technology in Education.
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