Indice del artículo
La influencia de la secuencia temporal en la enseñanza
1. Introducción
2. La interacción significativa y sus relaciones con la identidad
3. La evaluación objetiva de la comunicación desde la subjetividad
4. Comunicación rota
5. Bibliografía.
6. Conclusión
7. Bibliografía
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7. Bibliografía

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