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Struggling for Autonomy in Language Education

Reflecting, Acting, and Being


Flávia Vieira

Contents: Flávia Vieira: Introduction – Flávia Vieira: Pedagogy for autonomy and teacher education - putting teachers centre-stage – Ana Martins: Making learning journeys through reflective portfolios – Maria Alfredo Moreira/Deolinda Ribeiro: Then the I becomes Us… on collaborative supervision journals and the development of professional autonomy – Margarida Castro/Filomena Semião/Margarida Maia: Task-based English language teaching and learning - evaluating the impact of tasks on students – Leslie Bobb Wolff: The ‘good language learner’, learner autonomy and the teacher – Sultan Erdoğan: Learner-centred teaching - teachers’ personal theories and perceived constraints – Flávia Vieira/Isabel Barbosa: Investigating contexts for autonomy - a study of learner readiness and beyond – José Luís Silva/Isabel Barbosa/Maria do Céu de Melo: Researching the curriculum - what images of autonomy do syllabi convey? – Manuel Jiménez Raya: On inquiry, action and identity in professional development towards pedagogy for autonomy.