Involving Language Learners

Success Stories and Constraints

Heim, Katja / Rüschoff, Bernd
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ISBN/EAN: 9783942158206
Sprache: Englisch
Umfang: 200
Format (T/L/B): 22,0 x 16,0 cm


This collection of papers highlights the various angles from which the topic learner autonomy can be viewed. “Involving Language Learners: Success Stories and Constraints” represents the variety of mostly optimistic talks during the IATEFL Learner Autonomy SIG conference in Essen in November 2011. Research papers as well as reports of success stories of practitioners make this book a valuable read for researchers, teachers and trainee teachers alike. Katja Heim & Bernd Rüschoff: Introduction; THE SECRET OF SUCCESS: SOME BASICS Leni Dam: The Beginning of a Success Story – a Personal Account; Lienhard Legenhausen: Principles and Successes in Autonomous Language Learning; SUPPORTING LEARNER AUTONOMY AT TERTIARY LEVEL Anja Burkert: Developing Learner Autonomy at Tertiary Level; Nikola Mayer & Tanyasha Yearwood: Guidance and Learner Autonomy in Higher Education: Supporting Students in Reflective Practice; ASSESSMENT IN AND FOR LEARNER AUTONOMY Maria Giovanna Tassinari: A Dynamic Model for Learner Autonomy: Raising Awareness through Self-Assessment; Ruth Wilkinson: “Learning to Learn” and the Fundamental Role of Self-Assessment: Successes and Constraints; TEACHER AUTONOMY Miriam Merten & Markus Ritter: Teacher Autonomy in the Context of German Teacher Education; Eva Wilden: Professional Development and Teacher Autonomy. A Study with EFL Student Teachers; RELATED CONCEPTS Marcella Menegale: The Importance of Language Learner Autonomy for Plurilingualism; Margit Hempel: First Steps to Autonomy: Using Storytelling in the Primary Classroom; MORE SUCESS STORIES: LEARNER AUTONOMY IN PRACTICE Maria Eisenmann & Meike Strohn: Promoting Learner Autonomy in Mixed-Ability Classes by Using WebQuests and Weblogs; Sanja Wagner: Fostering Learner Autonomy among Migrant Children; Christian Ludwig: The Learners’ Perception of Autonomy and Constraints: a Case Study; Andy Barfield: More than Telling Success: Revisiting Teachers’ Learner Autonomy Stories