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Self-Directed Learning: Antecedents and Outcomes

Self-regulated Learning

Self-Directed Learning: Antecedents and Outcomes

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Most faculty now recognize the importance of students being able to direct their own learning. It's what positions them for a lifetime of learning. And most faculty also recognize that many of our students are more dependent than self-directed. They want the teacher to make most, if not all, of the learning decisions for them. “What do you want in this assignment?” “How long should it be?” “Do I need to have references?” “What do I need to know for the test?” “How many homework problems should I do?” All these are questions self-directed learners ask and answer for themselves.

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