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Expertise in Teacher Education: Helping Teachers to Learn

  • Alan Waters

Abstract

Research and theorising in applied linguistics has long been centrally focused on the learner and the learning process. This is for good reason, of course: only the learner can do the learning, and so is at the heart of the learning process; and the learning process itself, because it can only be investigated indirectly, is a highly complex and frequently unyielding subject of enquiry, and thus demands sustained and multi-faceted study.

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Teacher Educator Language Learn Language Teaching Neutral Zone Language Teacher 
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