Subject: Working memory; test anxiety; self-regulation; mathematics; primary-school level
Meeting the challenges of teaching to all individuals requires a multifaceted approach, especially from the Swedish standpoint of inclusive education for all pupils. In the context of applied standards for receiving special educational provision, the present paper striv... View more
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