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Inhaltsangabe: 'The development of self-directedness is an educational conundrum that transcends medical education. My time in education with children and adults in schools and in medical education has revealed a common complaint: educators at every stage want their learners to take more responsibility and more initiative in their learning.'
-From the Preface
Self-directed learning is perhaps the Holy Grail of adult learning and for good reason.
'Within this seemingly simple phrase lies the battleground for the frustrations of both educator and learner as they work through the difficulties of an unequal and sometimes intense partnership.'
-From the Introduction
'Self-directed learning' is a buzz term that has been used within educational circles for some time now. An educator wants their students to fulfil their potential and work to the maximum of their abilities. As with younger students, the challenge with teaching adults is to encourage discipline and focus in studying and to develop a motivation for learning as opposed to simply seeking the answers. This book captures the frustrations involved in this pursuit and provides strategies and solutions for both educator and student alike. Using the three pillar model, the foundation for life-long, self-directed learning is clearly outlined and encouraged through a focus on skills, motivation and self-belief.
Über den Autor: Jenny Gavriel, Programme Director, GP Training, Milton Keynes, Tutor, Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education, Health Education Thames Valley
Buchbeschreibung RADCLIFFE MEDICAL PRESS Mrz 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 248 x 172 x 29 mm. Neuware - Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781909368446