Fanaperana Haingo RAJAONARITIANA
AboutHaingoarinjaka Fanaperana RAJAONARITIANA is currently a 3rd year student teacher at Ecole Normale Supérieure, University of Antananarivo, Madagascar. She is convinced that learning beyond the classroom is the most effective way to learn English and intends to encourage her students to do so. She is a very independent learner and considers being aware of that independence as a necessity for her learning process. Her research interests include the importance of learning beyond the classroom and learning English through more interesting ways such as songs, novels and games. In her free time, she likes reading books and watching movies.
Learner Development Challenging Conventions: Opening up New Spaces in Learner Development (FACE TO FACE) more
Sun, Jul 10, 11:45-13:15 Asia/Tokyo
This forum will examine how new learning spaces can help learners grow beyond conventional education environments. Presenters will explore holistic and ecological perspectives on learners’ growth, taking into account multiple aspects of their experiences, their interactions with others, and different affordances in diverse learning environments and spaces. The forum will include both studies that shed new light on the impact of sociocultural and psychological factors on the development of learner autonomy, as well as practice-related accounts that explore learners’ practices in a range of learning spaces outside of conventional classroom settings. In the forum participants will have opportunities in pairs and small groups to discuss and reflect on different non-conventional environments, spaces, and processes that learners can access and/or use. The combination of these theoretical and practice-based perspectives will encourage us to think about learner development from fresh angles, not only under the current and post-pandemic situation, but also beyond, so that we can come away from the forum with fresh ideas for challenging conventions and opening up new spaces in learner development in our own learning, teaching, and research. Round One 11:50 to 12:20 Dominique Vola Ambinintsoa Razafindratsimba, Fanaperana Haingo Rajaonaritiana, Volatiana Olivia Rasoanindrina and Jenny Morgan Round Two 12:20 to 12:50 James Underwood, Gretchen Clark and Greg Rouault