- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2018
- Palgrave Pivot
- Chik, A. (ed.), Aoki, N. (ed.), Smith, R. (ed.)
- XI, 116 p.
- 215 x 152 x 12 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 272 g
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"For anyone with an interest in learner autonomy, this book provides a concise summary of recent research, with several specific suggestions for future research directions." (Peter Beech, IATEFL Voices, Issue 266, January - February, 2019) "Chik, Aoki, and Smith's Autonomy in Language Learning is indeed an enriching read for anyone seeking to update and diversify their understanding of the concept of autonomy in the field of language and culture learning." (Cercles, cercles.com, October, 2018)
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Alice Chik is Senior Lecturer in Educational Studies and a leader of the Macquarie Multilingualism Research Group at Macquarie University, Australia. Alice's primary area of research examines language learning and multilingual literacies in digital environments. Her particular interest in multilingualism is public discourse, representation, and narratives of everyday multilingual experience. She is the lead co-editor of 'The multilingual city: Sydney case studies' (2018). Naoko Aoki is Professor of the Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University, Japan, where she teaches Japanese as a second language pedagogy. She is a founding co-coordinator of JALT's Learner Development SIG and was a co-convenor of AILA's Learner Autonomy Research Network from 2011 to 2014. Her publications include Mapping the terrain of learner autonomy (2009), co-edited with Felicity Kjisik, Peter Voller and Yoshiyuki Nakata. Richard Smith is a Reader and Associate Professor at the University of Warwick, UK. He co-founded the JALT Learner Development SIGin 1994. His publications include Learner Autonomy across Cultures (co-edited with David Palfreyman, 2003), as well as chapters and articles on teacher-learner autonomy, pedagogy of autonomy as appropriate methodology, and the relationship of teacher-research and teacher autonomy. Recently he has been focusing on work with teachers in developing countries in this latter area as academic coordinator for teacher-research mentoring schemes in Latin America and India.
1: Introduction; Alice Chik, Naoko Aoki and Richard Smith.- 2: Learner autonomy in developing countries; Richard Smith, Kuchah Kuchah and Martin Lamb.- 3: Language teacher autonomy and social censure; Gao Xuesong.- 4: Learner autonomy and groups: David Palfreyman.- 5: Learner autonomy and digital practices; Alice Chik.- 6: Spaces for learning; Garold Murray.