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Developing a reliable instrument for large-scale assessment of students’ epistemological understanding of history

Iris Hulders (UGent) , Michiel Voet (UGent) and Bram De Wever (UGent)
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MLA
Hulders, Iris, et al. “Developing a Reliable Instrument for Large-Scale Assessment of Students’ Epistemological Understanding of History.” Research Seminar, Enhancing Historical Reasoning : Measuring and Developing Students’ Epistemological Understanding, Abstracts, 2019.
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Hulders, I., Voet, M., & De Wever, B. (2019). Developing a reliable instrument for large-scale assessment of students’ epistemological understanding of history. In Research seminar, Enhancing historical reasoning : measuring and developing students’ epistemological understanding, Abstracts. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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Hulders, Iris, Michiel Voet, and Bram De Wever. 2019. “Developing a Reliable Instrument for Large-Scale Assessment of Students’ Epistemological Understanding of History.” In Research Seminar, Enhancing Historical Reasoning : Measuring and Developing Students’ Epistemological Understanding, Abstracts.
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Hulders, Iris, Michiel Voet, and Bram De Wever. 2019. “Developing a Reliable Instrument for Large-Scale Assessment of Students’ Epistemological Understanding of History.” In Research Seminar, Enhancing Historical Reasoning : Measuring and Developing Students’ Epistemological Understanding, Abstracts.
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Hulders I, Voet M, De Wever B. Developing a reliable instrument for large-scale assessment of students’ epistemological understanding of history. In: Research seminar, Enhancing historical reasoning : measuring and developing students’ epistemological understanding, Abstracts. 2019.
IEEE
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I. Hulders, M. Voet, and B. De Wever, “Developing a reliable instrument for large-scale assessment of students’ epistemological understanding of history,” in Research seminar, Enhancing historical reasoning : measuring and developing students’ epistemological understanding, Abstracts, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2019.
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  author       = {{Hulders, Iris and Voet, Michiel and De Wever, Bram}},
  booktitle    = {{Research seminar, Enhancing historical reasoning : measuring and developing students' epistemological understanding, Abstracts}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Amsterdam, the Netherlands}},
  pages        = {{1}},
  title        = {{Developing a reliable instrument for large-scale assessment of students’ epistemological understanding of history}},
  year         = {{2019}},
}