- Title Pages
- 1 <i>Maintaining Control</i>: An introduction
- 2 Making sense of autonomy in language learning
- 3 Crash or clash? Autonomy 10 years on
- 4 Discursive dissonance in approaches to autonomy
- 5 Controlling Learning: Learners’ Voices and Relationships between Motivation and Learner Autonomy
- 6 Learner autonomy in a mainstream writing course: Articulating learning gains
- 7 Reflective lesson planning: Promoting learner autonomy in the classroom
- 8 The use of logbooks — a tool for developing learner autonomy
- 9 Learner autonomy, the European Language Portfolio and teacher development
- 10 The teacher as learner: Developing autonomy in an interactive learning environment
- 11 Defending stories and sharing one: Towards a narrative understanding of teacher autonomy
- 12 Autonomy and control in curriculum development: ‘Are you teaching what we all agreed?’
- 13 Autonomy: Under whose control?
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