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This chapter considers chapters 2 to 17 and comments on each chapter separately. Each commentary identifies some of the key elements in the chapter, considers the pedagogy related to these elements and discusses other pedagogies that are relevant and might be supportive of associated teaching and learning, where appropriate links have been made between chapters.
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