Supporting Our Students in Autonomous Learning


Blin, Françoise. (1999). CALL and the development of Learner Autonomy. In R. Debski and M. Levy (Eds). WorldCALL: Global Perspectives on Computer Assisted Language Learning. Swets and Zettlinger: Lisse, The Netherlands.

Hubbard, Philip. (2004) Learner Training for Effective Use of CALL. (2004). In S. Fotos and C. Browne (Eds.) New Perspectives on CALL for Second Language Classrooms. Mahwah, NJ:Lawrence Erlbaum.

Hubbard, Philip. (2015). Making a Case for Learner Training in Technology Enhanced Language Learning Environments. CALICO Journal, April 2015.
Pennycook, A. (1990). Critical pedagogy and second language education. System. Volume 18, Issue 3.
Benini, S. and L. Murray. (2014). Challenging Prensky's Characterization of Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants in a Real-World Classroom Setting. In J. P. Guikenna and L. Williams (Eds). Digital Literatcies in Foreign and Second Language Education. San Marcos:CALICO.
"Debunking the 'Digital Natives' Myth" by Weston Kieschnick
"Autonomous Learning Model and the Ways to Make Learners Become More Autonomous, by Alfayed
CALL and Learner Autonomy: Affordances and Constraints, by Hayo Reinders and Philip Hubbard
Language Learning and Technology Journal: Special Issue on Learner Autonomy and New Learning Environments (Volume 15 Number 3, October 2011)"
"Developing Responsible and Autonomous Learners: A Key to Motivating Students" by Barbara McCombs
"Tips to become an independent Learner"
"Dogfooding: How Often Do You Do Your Own Assignments?" by Jennifer Gonzalez
9 Ways Online Teaching Should be Different from Face-to-Face
20 Types Of Learning Journals That Help Students Think, by Terry Heick
"Making a Case for Learner Training in Technology Enhanced Language Learning Environments," by Phil Hubbard

Kenny, Brian. (1993). For More Autonomy. System. Vol. 21, No. 4.
Study English by Yourself
"Five Ways to Promote Student Autonomy in Online Discussions," by Cassandra Sardo and Justin York, PhD
"Making Discussion Boards More Engaging," by Betsy Gilliland

"Want to Learn More Effectively? Take More Breaks, Research Suggests," by Jeffrey R. Young

Asynchronous Remote Learning Is The Most Humane Way To Teach This School Year," by Zak Ringelstein
10 Ways To Give Students More Control Of Their Education

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