self-directed learning


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self-directed learning

A process in which a student is responsible for organising and managing his or her own learning activities and needs. SDL encourages individuals to become responsible for their own learning, identify gaps in their knowledge gaps and critically appraise new information.
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Writing for researchers and educators, Deur clarifies notions of self-directed learning (SDL) as it relates to students in primary school.
In order to understand learners' self-directed use of technology for learning, it is necessary to understand what self-directed learning entails (Lai, 2015).
8 This supports the assertion that students feel motivated and empowered when they are helped to actively engage in self-directed learning exercises.
How can we make self-directed learning a more successful process?
Five of the six factors are: Team Learning, five items; Faculty Feedback, four items; Readiness Assurance Test, three items; Self-Directed Learning, five items; and Peer Evaluation, three items.
My self-directed learning didn't end there--crashes, hardware malfunctions and user-error all led to numerous revisions and improvements.
If teachers develop their teaching plans in order to apply TASC Wheel, so, this may reflect on student's Self-directed learning and self efficacy.
CBOE's latest educational tool includes 75 interactive lesson modules that encourage self-directed learning at a comfortable learning pace.
3%) students agreed that layout and content of the study guide helped in self-directed learning while 128(50%) said that information about books and resources was not mentioned in it.
Self-directed learning includes critical thinking as well as active engagement on the part of the learner (Strong et al.