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Camilo A. Angulo

Green Models in Classroom

Design teachers must spread pedagogical processes for a green world to reduce the impact of our academic exercises on the local environment.

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Agustín Cabanillas
Aug 2013

Avisame cuando subas una versión en castellano :)

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Camilo A. Angulo
Aug 2013

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