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EFL’S TEACHERS VIEWS ON LEARNER AUTONOMY. SEVGİ SABANCI sevgisabanci@gmail.com @sslimerick about.me/sevgisabanci. WHOSE MATTER IS THIS EDUCATION?. WHO NEEDS TO BE SUCCESSFUL ?. WHO HAS THE ABILITY TO FULLFILL THIS EDUCATION?. WHO HAS THE INFORMATION FOR THIS EDUCATION?.

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efl s teachers views on learner autonomy

EFL’S TEACHERS VIEWS ON LEARNER AUTONOMY

SEVGİ SABANCI

sevgisabanci@gmail.com

@sslimerick

about.me/sevgisabanci

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BECAUSE LEARNERS CAN HAVE TEACHER WITH THEM FOREVER?THEY NEED TO BE THEIR OWN TEACHERS AUTONOMOUS LEARNERS CAN HAVE LIFE LONG LEARNING
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Teachers are no longer ONLY source of knowledge and information learners need teachers’ help to learn how to access the resources without the mediation of teachers

studies abroad
STUDIES ABROAD
  • Kiho and Hirotsugu (2000), “Influence of Autonomy on perceived Control Beliefs and Self-Regulated Learning in Japanese Undergraduate Students”
  • Chan (2001) , “Readiness for Learner Autonomy: what do our learners tell us?”
  • Spratt, Humphreys and Chan ( 2002), “ Autonomy and Motivation: which comes first?”
  • Santos ( 2002), “ Stimulating Autonomy in the Foreign Language Classroom: Convincing the Teachers”
  • Chan ( 2003) , “ Autonomous Language Learning: the Teachers’ Perspectives “
  • Vanijdee ( 2003), “ Thai Distance English Learners and Learner Autonomy”
  • Naizhao and Yanling ( 2004) , “An Empirical Investigation of Learner Autonomy in Some EFL Classes in China”
  • Camirelli ( 1997) , “Learner Autonomy: The Teachers’ Views”
studies in turkey
STUDIES IN TURKEY
  • Sancar ( 2001), “ Learner Autonomy: A Profile of Teacher Trainees in Pre-service Teacher Education”
  • Yumuk (2002), “ Letting go of control to the learners: the role of the Internet in promoting a more autonomous view of learning in an academic translation course”
  • Tayar ( 2003), A Survey on Learner Autonomy and Motivation in ESP in a Turkish Context”
  • Koçak ( 2003) , “ A Study on Learners’ Readiness for autonomous Learning of English as a Foreign Language”
  • Egel ( 2003) , “ The Impact of the European Language Portfolio on the Learner Autonomy of Turkish Primary School Students”
  • Yıldırım ( 2005) , “ELT Students Perceptions and Behaviors Related to Learner Autonomy as Learners and Future Teachers”
  • Özdere (2005), “State-Supported Provincial Universities English language Instructors’ Attitudes towards learner Autonomy”
  • Sert ( 2006) , “EFL Student Teachers’ Learning Autonomy”
  • Durmuş ( 2006), “EFL Instructors’ Perceptions on Learner Autonomy at Anadolu University”
so what
SO WHAT?

Results:

  • Teachers are more responsible for methodological aspects on classroom instructions than – students
  • Students are more responsible for the activities outside the classroom
  • Teachers are more supportive for the classroom instruction responsibilities where there were no restrictions by the school administration or where there was no need for any Professional knowledge from the students standpoint

Suggestions

  • Students need awareness raising for taking more responsibility for classroom instruction
  • Teachers need to raise awareness in students
research questions 2007 efl s teachers views on learner autonomy
RESEARCH QUESTIONS: 2007EFL’S TEACHERS VIEWS ON LEARNER AUTONOMY
  • What is English teachers’ view on learner Autonomy at primary and secondary state schools in Eskişehir city centre?
  • What areas of classroom instrucitonal responsibilities do English Teachers find more suitable for the promotion of learner autonomy?
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Teachers generally seem to be supportive and aware of autonomy. However being aware of autonomy does not mean knowing how to promote it. That is why there is a need for professional development.

2007 2012 what changes in 5 years

ELT Learners' Views on LearnerAutonomy at Balıkesir University Necatibey EducationFaculty- Fatma BARLAS

252 - Pre-service teachers

The results of the studyrevealedthat the majority of the participatingstudents had the oppionthat it wasappropriatetofosterlearnerautonomy in terms of theseaspects; findingtheirownlearningmethods, formulatingtheirownexplanations, interactionpattern, coursecontent, self-assessment and courseobjectives.

On the otherhand, the resultsshowedthatrecordkeepingandclassroommanagementwere the leastsuitableaspectsfor the promotion of learnerautonomy.

2007- 2012 whatchanges in 5 years?
how new trends could develop learner autonomy
how new trends could develop learner autonomy?
  • Blogs
  • Socialmedia- facebook/ twitter
  • Flippedclassroom
  • Online exams/quizes
  • ITEC project

course objectives-content-materials-time/place/pace, interaction pattern, classroom management, record keeping, homework tasks, teaching focus, formulating own expression, finding own learning strategies, self –assessment.