Developing Learner Autonomy

Developing Learner Autonomy
There are many different ways to think about our goals as teachers; what it is we hope to achieve with our students. We can talk about learning objectives for each lesson, about curriculum targets, or we can talk about grades. We can even talk about the non-academic goals we have for developing our students as members of society.

Ultimately, though, the most important thing that we as teachers should be aiming for is for our students not to need us anymore. If we have done a good job, then our students will be able to go . . .

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