Self-assessment, peer support, student initiative, and self-determination, these are some of the fruits of learner autonomy that I have enjoyed in my classroom and look to enjoy with you. Bring your notebook, your lesson plans, your thoughts and concerns and let's have a ball.
Simply put, this was one of the best presentations and lessons I have ever given. Building upon the Omiya workshop, I specifically set out to help answer what people are talking about when they talk about Learner Autonomy, what it looks like in a moment and over time, and how we can promote the proper systems for learner autonomy in our own realms of education.
Participants left with their own learner logs, and in at least one case, a custom version of Red-Blue.
Click here for the entry on JALT's web page.
Keynote and materials available upon request.