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Cronin, Michael. 2005. Deschooling translation: beginning of century reflections on teaching translation and interpreting. In Tennent, Martha, ed. Training for the new millennium: pedagogies for translation and interpreting (Benjamins Translation Library 60). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pp. 249–265.


It was not until the 1990s that serious monographs began to appear which looked at the teaching of translation not only as a practical but as a theoretical problem. Among the topics discussed in this article are the pedagogical gap in translation teaching, the revolution in the classroom, pedagogy and metalanguage, games translators play, translators as readers and translators in society.
Source : P. Van Mulken