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exploratory study of the self-directed learner

Nancy Maynes

exploratory study of the self-directed learner

by Nancy Maynes

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Independent study.,
  • Self-culture.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Nancy Maynes.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 373 leaves :
    Number of Pages373
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20592845M

    Study Population. The study population consisted of students (N = ) enrolled in clinical degree programs for the academic year on the health science campus at our institution, a major academic health center in an urban health science campus occupies 53 acres and includes five health science schools – allied health, dentistry, medicine, nursing, and pharmacy – and a. Abstract- This exploratory study has been conducted with the core intention to understand the emergence of inquiry approach on constructivism as an important and thriving learning theory in the field of education. This paper first focuses on a concise account of different perspectives under recent investigation on.

      via Exploratory Study of Rural Physicians’ Self-Directed Learning Experiences in a Digital Age. – PubMed – NCBI. Written by Brian S McGowan, PhD Brian is a . An Exploratory Study of the Experiences of Older Non-Traditional Students in an Online Learning Environment: /ch This study explored the experiences of non-traditional students in an online educational technology course using a qualitative method. Three participants were.

    The Self-Directed Learning Handbook offers teachers and principals an innovative program for customizing schooling to the learning needs of individual students-- and for motivating them to take increasing responsibility for deciding what and how they should learn. Whether the students are struggling or proficient, the program is designed to nurture their natural passion for learning and. Exploratory research (or ER) is an examination into a subject in an attempt to gain further insight. With ER, a researcher starts with a general idea and uses research as a tool to identify issues.


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Exploratory study of the self-directed learner by Nancy Maynes Download PDF EPUB FB2

As Lindemann and Knowles stated, self-directed learning is “the art and science of helping adults learn” (Merriam, ). The source of motivation of adults to learn was stemmed from their experiences and the opportunity to choose the own way to learn (Carson, ).Cited by: 1.

With the growing trend toward on-line learning, the concept of self-directed learning has received widespread attention again. For this reason, in the book “ Practical Tips For Teaching On-line Groups: Essentials of Web-based Education,” Hanna et al.

() believed self-directed learning is a key factor to successful on-line by:   An Exploratory Study of Self-Directed Science Concept Learning by Students with Moderate Exploratory study of the self-directed learner book Disabilities.

Bree A. Jimenez, Diane M. Browder, and Ginevra R. Courtade. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities,Cited by: Exploratory Study of the Relationship between Self Directed Learning and Academic Performance in a Web Based Learning Environment. in th e book “ Practical Ti ps For Teaching On-line.

Through literature review, this paper examines six empirical studies. Three cases are from the United States and the other three are from studies conducted in Asian.

The purpose of this study is to identify whether or not self-directed learning is a key factor leading to successful academic performance in web-based learning by:   Studies on self-directed learning show that the Turkish literature refers to the concept in a number of different ways.

While some studies refer to it as learning by oneself, others use the term self-regulated learning or self-directed learning. The majority of self-directed learning studies seems to have been conducted with university students. Self-Directed e-Learning This study investigates adult learners in self-directed e-learning environments, in which learners go through instructional materials delivered via the Web at their own pace with no or minimal interaction with an instructor.

Adult Self-Directed Learning in Norman, Oklahoma, February, TEACHING LEARNERS TO BE SELF-DIRECTED GERALD O. GROW ABSTRACT Based on the Situational Leadership model of Hersey and Blanchard (), the Staged Self-Directed Learning Model proposes that learners advance through stages of increasing self-direction and that.

Updated Ap The “why” of self-directed learning is survival—your own survival as an individual, and also the survival of the human race. Clearly, we are not talking here about something that would be nice or are talking about a basic human competence—the ability to learn on one’s own—that has suddenly become a prerequisite for living in this new world.

Since my first child was born, Rhaine, nearly 21 years ago, I have pondered and investigated the roots and characteristics of self-directed learners. I found the information overwhelming. Each researcher had a different idea of what constituted a self-directed learner.

This survey study seeks to examine a target sample of employees in a specific division of an organization regarding their perceived level of self-directed learning and to determine which, if any, of the five disciplines best facilitates the process by which a company becomes a learning organization.

This qualitative research study investigates the uses of an American college library by ESL students in improving their language skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing.

Language learning activities in the library are identified, described, and placed in a framework of self-directed language learning and language learner autonomy.

A Self Directed Learner Is A Successful Student. Words7 Pages. A self-directed learner is a student who takes ownership of his/her learning and knows what is at stake to learn. A self-directed learner does not need to be instructed to study.

A self-directed learner is time concious in. Concepts of Self-Directed Learning. The concept of Self-Directed Learning (SDL) was initially viewed as a characteristic of adult education. It was first discussed in educational literature as early as As Lindemann and Knowles stated, self-directed learning is “the art and science of helping adults learn” (Merriam, ).

The source. Kasworm, C. Self-directed learning in institutional contexts: an exploratory study of adult self-directed learners in higher education. In H. Long and associates (eds.). Self-directed learning application and theory. Athens, GA: University of Georgia. Angyal, (), op.

cit. Self-directed learning and the learning organization: Examining the connection between the individual and the learning environment. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 9(4), Hsu, Y.

C., & Shiue, Y. The effect of self-directed learning readiness on achievement comparing face-to-face and two-way distance learning instruction. Self-directed learning (SDL), is an essential concept in problem-based learning (PBL), and, in a broader sense, student-centred learning.

Considering the complex nature of SDL, it has been taken. An Exploratory Study of the Relationship between Self-Directed Learning and Senge's Five Disciplines Necessary to Become a Learning Organization: From the Context of a High-Tech Company.

Author: Masier, Darren Joseph: Advisors: James Bartlett, Chair Diane Chapman, Member Timothy Hatcher, Member Grant Holley, Member: Date: Degree. Kasworm, C. Self-directed learning and lifespan development. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 2(1), Kasworm, C. Self-directed learning in institutional contexts.

An exploratory study of adult self-directed learners in higher education. In H. Long (Ed.), Self-Directed learning: Application and theory (pp.

An Exploratory Study of the Relationship between Self- Directed Learning and Senge’s Five Disciplines Necessary to Become a Learning Organization: In a High-Tech Company. (Under the direction of Dr. James E.

Bartlett, II.). These are three effective strategies for self-directed learning, taken from my upcoming book, The Little Guide to Learning Anything and learned from some of the most successful self-directed.

The best self-directed learners know to set SMART goals. SMART is an acronym that stands for S pecific, M easurable, A ction-oriented, R ealistic, and T. This little book is powerful.

Malcolm Knowles seems to almost be suppressed today, if what he talks about in this book ever really caught on, there would be fewer schools and more real learning. See our Self-Directed Learning Page on Facebook, but first order this book, the price is only going to keep going s: