4 edition of Skill and Education found in the catalog.
Skill and Education
October 1992 by Springer .
|Contributions||Magnus Florin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||291|
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Social skills are a vital part of a child’s growth and we are increasingly connected on the digital front, we are also becoming less connected in everyday life. Education definition is - the action or pdf of educating or of being educated; also: a stage of such a process.
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