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Reflections on the Development of an Experiential Course in Local Farming

發展在地農事體驗課程之省思

Jhu-Chun Yang楊筑鈞, Chih-Chung Tsai蔡執仲, Hui-Ling Cheng鄭蕙玲

Published on: December 2020

DOI: 10.6555/JEER.16.2.083

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2020 vol.16 no.2 pp.83-130

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