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Coach Learning and Development: A Review of Literature

@inproceedings{Cushion2010CoachLA,
  title={Coach Learning and Development: A Review of Literature},
  author={Christopher J. Cushion and Lee J. Nelson and Kathleen M. Armour and John William Baird Lyle and Robyn L. Jones and Rachel Sandford and Claire O’Callaghan},
  year={2010}
}
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