Researching instrumental teaching and learning: perspectives and challenges
Using a discourse that intersects my personal and professional experience as well as my analysis of the literature, this paper presents some common challenges identified in researching in instrumental lessons and some perspectives that shape the current paradigm in this territory. Besides, issues concerning how research on instrumental teaching and learning may have a substantial potential to make a difference in professional practices and the need to create bridges between teachers and academic researchers are also approached.
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