Promoting Learner Independence in EFL Schools in Malta
This paper reports on a study conducted in EFL schools in Malta. The study investigated the ways in which learner independence or autonomy is promoted at these schools.
||learner independence, learner autonomy, language learning
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 5, pp.271-284.
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Sue Robson has extensive experience of working with international students in China, Hong Kong and the UK. Formerly Director of the Centre for International Studies in Education at the University of Newcastle, she is now Coordinator for International Students in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. As a member of the Centre for Learning and Teaching she has researched pedagogical approaches to enhance thinking in schools in China (with Lin, International Journal of Learning, Vol. 9, 2004) and frameworks for effective thinking and learning (with Moseley et al, 2004, for the Learning and Skills Research Council).
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