Best practice ideas for learner advising in New Zealand
Hobbs, Moira; Dofs, Kerstin
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Citation:Hobbs, M., and Dofs, K. (2016). Best Practice Ideas for Learner Advising in New Zealand. Studies in Self-Access Learning, 7(2), pp.182-192.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3530
In this article, the authors will present a short discussion about the role of self-access and advising in language education, after which they will describe workshops they conducted, and disseminate ideas for best practice for advising that were shared by participants at two conferences in New Zealand.
Keywords:self-access centres (SACs), language learner autonomy, independent learning centres (ILCs), advising, academic advisors
ANZSRC Field of Research:200401 Applied Linguistics and Educational Linguistics
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