Research Institute for Learner Autonomy Education (RILAE) workshops
All KUIS faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend two RILAE workshops offered by Professor Hayo Reinders on 8th and 10th May at lunchtime. The theme is analysing learner language and in particular, metaphor analysis. A similar session was offered last year, but is being offered again by popular demand and is part of a series of workshops related to analysing learner language.
In this session we will think about ways of analysing learner language and look at metaphors and their place in learners’ accounts of their language learning journeys. Metaphors are an integral part of how we express ourselves and a reflection of who we are – and how we see ourselves. Continue reading
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Welcome to the new academic year!
I hope the new academic year has started well. Here is brief summary of some of the ways in which the SALC can support you and your students (scroll down). For more information, feel free to:
Wishing you a productive and fulfilling academic year!
Dr. Jo Mynard, SALC Director (on behalf of the SALC team) Continue reading
This session covered the following aspects of the SALC:
– About the SALC
– Learner autonomy
– SALC services
– SALC orientation for students
– SALC curriculum
Access the slides here
The Research Institute for Leaner Autonomy Education (RILAE) is delighted to welcome back Professor Hayo Reinders next week. He will be giving the following workshop which is open to everyone. In addition, he is available for consultations about research and study (schedule here).
Session date: Wednesday November 7th
Time: 12.20 to 13.00
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