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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/3117

Title: Who’s in Control? ― Promoting Autonomy in Required Courses―
Other Titles: 自立した学生への道 ―必須科目「英語」における自立学習の導入・試みと学生のモチベーションについて
Authors: Keith, Barry E.
Keywords: 自律学習
autonomy
goal-setting
motivation
Issue Date: Oct-2006
Publisher: 群馬大学留学生センター
Citation: 群馬大学留学生センター論集. 6, 13-23 (2006)
Abstract: This paper considers what it means to be an autonomous learner in a required course. During the first month of the course, the curriculum was negotiated with the students, including course goals, student options, choices over content, and assessment schemes. Students subscribe individually to a student newspaper, the Asahi Weekly, which is used as a base textbook and students compile portfolios to assess their learning. The effects of goal-setting are discussed and the implications for student motivation and autonomous learning considered.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/3117
ISSN: 1346-1605
Appears in Collections:第6号 (2006)

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