Supporting Learners and Educators in Developing Language Learner Autonomy

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This volume explores some of the theoretical, empirical, and practical considerations when supporting educators and learners in promoting language learner autonomy. The authors pay special attention to the ‘social turn’ and the volume concludes with a research agenda which draws on the social factors and agency. More

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About Jo Mynard

Jo Mynard is a Professor, Director of the Self-Access Learning Center, and Director of the Research Institute for Learner Autonomy Education at Kanda University of International studies in Japan. She has an M.Phil. in Applied Linguistics from Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland and an Ed.D. in TEFL from the University of Exeter, UK. Her research interests include learner autonomy, advising, self-access and affect in language learning.

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