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EXPLORING ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION STRATEGIES WITH VIRTUAL MANIPULATIVES ON TABLET DEVICES IN SECOND GRADE

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DOI: 10.34916/el.2019.11.20

Veronika Horváthová Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia)

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