One-to-one: Promoting Learner Autonomy

One-to-one: Promoting Learner Autonomy

Have you ever had the feeling that there’s not much left for you to do but watch your student’s rapid growth resulting from his or her independent work? I’ve been lucky enough to witness such cases with my individual students and I remember that at first it made me think, “What am I doing here? This person doesn’t need a teacher at all”. However, with experience I’ve come to understand that when the students seem to be progressing significantly on their own . . .

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