Fostering Learner Autonomy: Learners, Teachers and Researchers in Action

by Ludwig / Pinter et al Published by Candlin and Mynard

This volume contains 16 chapters that bring together language learner autonomy and the complex and multifaceted concept of action research. The main aim of action research is to find answers to everyday, real problems and to bring about immediate change in practice for participants. This volume shows how learner autonomy provides the necessary framework for classroom action research in the broadest sense in which learners not only play an active role, but become (action) researchers themselves. Published 2019.

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