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The Self-Directed Teacher

Managing the Learning Process (Cambridge Language Education)

by David Nunan

  • 257 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • ELT: teaching theory & methods,
  • Teaching skills & techniques,
  • Languages, Modern,
  • Language (General),
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Training of,
  • Education,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Workbooks,
  • Linguistics,
  • English as a Second Language,
  • Foreign Language Study / English as a Second Language,
  • Languages, Modern--Study and teaching,
  • Language teachers,
  • Study and teaching

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7742717M
    ISBN 100521497167
    ISBN 109780521497169

    Teachers as Self-Directed Learners: Active Positioning Through Professional Learning. Front Matter. This book redefines teacher in-service education as being less about participation in a program and more about the opportunity for teachers to experience a process of learning that is personally meaningful and contextually relevant to their. Self-Directed Strategies. Self-directed behavior strategies are those that students use to monitor and regulate their own behavior. The teacher plays a role in guiding students in selecting and establishing appropriate self-directed strategies, but it is the students themselves who .

    Handbook for using the Self-Directed Search: Integrating RIASEC and CIP theories in practice. Lutz, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources. This is a very welcome and greatly expanded update of the previous practitioner's guide for using the Self-Directed Search (SDS) career assessment tool. The Staged Self-Directed Learning (SSDL) Model (Grow, ) suggests how teachers can actively equip students to become more self-directed in their learning (Table 5). The teacher’s purpose is to match the learner’s stage of self-direction and prepare the learner to advance to higher stages.

    Behaviors and characteristics associated with self-directed learning are related to intrinsic motivation, integrity, agency, diligence, perseverance and grit. Learn more in: Leading P Transformative Initiatives in Personalized Learning: Empowering Teachers and Students to Assert Agency in . By being mindful of the ways self-directed learning can appear in the classroom, and leveraging it as an integral part of how we learn, we can create a more meaningful learning experience for students that will last beyond the regurgitation of memorized content. Self-directed learning is something we : Lisa Petro.


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Like other volumes in this series, The Self-Directed Teacher is written in a practical, readable style, major points being reinforced by skillful repetition It is a welcome resource for teachers, and those becoming teachers, in considering the skills and knowledge necessary in taking effective control of the teaching and learning processes in their classrooms.'Cited by: Nunan and Lamb did a wonderful text compilation job, and provide a quite detailed guide for anyone who is preparing to become a teacher, or even if you are already one, "The Self-Directed Teacher" steers your path towards s: 8.

This is, of course, a classic regarding Adult Learning and self-directed learning. This is a great resource The Self-Directed Teacher book information dealing with the different aspects of adult learners and the process associated with self-direction while by:   The Self-directed Teacher prepares teachers to make independent decisions in key areas such as lesson planning, teacher talk, group work, error correction, resource management, and evaluation.

The text uses a task-based approach, and the material presented is well supported by theory and research. more/5. A comprehensive (40+ hour) self-directed manual is just what teachers need to effectively implement one of the best toddler curriculum resources, Innovations: The Comprehensive Toddler Curriculum.

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The Self-directed Teacher prepares teachers to make independent decisions in key areas such as lesson planning, teacher talk, group work, error correction, resource management, and evaluation. The text uses a task-based approach, and the material presented is Reviews: 2. : The Self-Directed Teacher: Managing the Learning Process (Cambridge Language Education) () by Nunan, David; Lamb, Clarice and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(22).

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Find all the books Cited by: 4. 'The Self-Directed Teacher is the latest addition to the authoritative and well-researched Cambridge Language Education series Like other volumes in this series, The Self-Directed Teacher is written in a practical, readable style, major points being reinforced by skillful repetition /5(8).

Self-Directed Behavior book. Read 21 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Achieve your life goals with SELF-DIRECTED BEHAVIOR. With ab 4/5(21). What is the difference between teacher-directed learning and student-centered learning. Answer. We know that the teacher’s role in teacher-directed learning is to be the leader.

The teacher is the authoritative figure and takes charge, leads, and chooses the lessons and content. Costa, A L & Kallick, B'The teacher's role in self-directed learning', in Assessment strategies for self-directed learning, Experts in Assessment™, Corwin Press, Thousand Oaks, CA, pp.viewed 18 Maydoi: /n5.

Self-Directed Learning book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. (the teacher), diagnosing needs, and evaluating programs.

Becoming a self-directed learner is important for adults and Knowles explains it well. If I ever teach a college course, I'll have this as required reading. flag Like see review/5. The book helps teaching/training professionals to thoughtfully apply evidence-based knowledge and strategies to today’s challenges, such as developing self-directed learners, enhancing intrinsic motivation, utilizing technology for learning and teaching, developing curricula for twenty-first century competencies and optimally framing and developing the heightened teacher expertise required : Springer Singapore.

TEACHING LEARNERS TO BE SELF-DIRECTED GERALD O. GROW ABSTRACT Based on the Situational Leadership model of Hersey and Blanchard (), the Staged Self-Directed Learning Model proposes that learners advance through stages of increasing self-direction and that teachers can help or hinder that development.

This is a great book, a useful handbook for those who would like to organize and faciliate an adult self-directed learning group. If you'd like help starting a group, or finding a group focused on Reviews: 1.

A comprehensive (40+ hour) self-directed manual is just what teachers need to effectively implement one of the best infant curriculum resources, Innovations: The Comprehensive Infant Curriculum.

This guide is specially designed for teachers who are new to the world of care and early education of infants, as well as those who are experienced infant educators.5/5(2). Teachers as Self-directed Learners: Active Positioning through Professional Learning Kathleen Smith (auth.) This book redefines teacher in-service education as being less about participation in a program and more about the opportunity for teachers to experience a process of learning that is personally meaningful and contextually relevant to.

The Self-Directed Learning Handbook offers teachers and principals an innovative program for customizing schooling to the learning needs of individual students-- and for motivating them to take increasing responsibility for deciding what and how they should learn.

Whether the students are struggling or proficient, the program is designed to nurture their natural passion for learning and. In fact, a prime example of a self-directed learner is the teacher him- or herself.

Alone in the classroom, teachers establish goals, draw upon past knowledge, monitor their own actions and those of the students, constantly make midcourse corrections, deal with the ambiguities and uncertainties of classroom life, and, when the lesson is complete, reflect on their behaviors and modify their plans accordingly.This is a great book, a useful handbook for those who would like to organize and faciliate an adult self-directed learning group.

If you'd like help starting a group, or finding a group focused on a topic of the most interest to you right now, contact me. John Wren or ()Reviews: 1.Self-Directed Language Learning, Asian Cultural Influences, and the Teacher's Role: /ch The purpose of this chapter is to identify cultural influences on self-directed language learning.

Self-directed language learning may take place in theAuthor: Hong Shi, Maria Martinez Witte.