Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1946/7668
This essay deals with the concept of learner autonomy and how it may be implemented in the classroom. Main ideas and concepts are explained and the findings of leading scholars in this field are presented. There is special focus on practical information that teachers can make use of when taking their first steps towards learner autonomy in regards, for example, to group work, logbook use, reflection and assessment. In addition, ideas are presented on how activities can be adapted to learner autonomy and how a lesson plan can be organized with the principles of learner autonomy in mind.
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