Learner autonomy and teacher development are processes which are
both necessarily underpinned by common educational principles. Any
learner-oriented classroom needs to include not only the developmental
needs of the learner, but also the professional growth of the teacher, since
learner autonomy also implies changes in the teacher’s role.
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