Usually we teachers of languages tend to get concerned about our teaching: methodology, the conducting we follow in our classes, management of the class, etc.
However we might forget a bit about our students’ learning and acquiring the language.
Because of that we should direct our attention too to our students’ ways of learning, and their learning strategies, which our students apply (or not) every day to just their process of learning.
Many scholars lately have devoted their research to learning strategies: H. D. Brown, Stevick, Wenden, Rubin, and others. / Photo from: kid skating. kidventurous com