As a learning teacher I have to approach my profession as an experimental pedagogy. There are so many problems I face while I teach, and I have to make them research questions that should be solved through systematic research. Not only a single research, but continuous and even expanding research. This gives me two simultaneous benefits; first, my teaching practice is getting better day by day and, second, it will produce new theories that are inspired by real teaching experiences. This is actually the heart of post-method pedagogy that is suggested by most applied linguists recently.