I am delighted to be hosting the second ELT Research Blog Carnival, on a topic that is near to my heart: Learner Autonomy. (To gain an overview of learner autonomy with regards to the ELT classroom, you might like to read the opening chapters of this document from the British Council.)
There are vast quantities of articles related to Learner Autonomy within ELT, indeed it is something of a buzzword in our profession these days. As such, there is no shortage of material for you all to get your teeth into and share with the community via this Carnival. 🙂
The deadline is 20th December 2013.
To participate, write a post reflecting on a research article related to Learner Autonomy, send us your post link via an email to the ELT Blog Carnival Leader, Nathan (email@example.com), or a tweet to me, @LizziePinard, including the #eltresearch hashtag in your tweet, or simply post a comment here.
I will then publish a blogpost collating all the links and a brief description of what each post contains.
I look forward to reading your reflections, so get involved and get reading/writing! 🙂
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