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The development and success of the book on educational research in rural Europe are a direct result of collaboration through an EERA network. The book includes contributions from a wide range of authors from across Europe, for some their first publication in English.
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Teachers support students' writing assessments beyond language or content, including disciplinary or broader academic literacy. A framework combining whole-class scaffolding, language levels, and scaffolding motivations can provide insights into the ways language scaffolds unfold in classrooms.
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Many thanks to QuestionPro for providing us with free survey templates for running multiple types of surveys.
The surveys strengthen our research data and provide valuable insights.