Self Learning Managment

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Bachelors of Arts in Business Administration
Assignment 5 – Self-managed learning
Assessor: Marc Gallagher

ALESSANDRA FERREIRA DELORENTTE – STUDENT NUMBER: 2012696

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION TO SELF-MANAGED LEARNING……….............................. 3

2. PURPOSE OF THE ASSIGNMENT......................................................................... 3

3. APPROACHES TO SELF-MANAGED LEARNING……………………………..3

4. HOW TO PROMOTE AND ENCOURAGE LIFELONG LEARNING...................5

5. BENEFITS OF SELF-MANAGED LEARNING……….………………….………6

6. CONCLUSION………………………………………… ……….……………….....7

7. REFERENCES………………………………………...…………………………….8

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One of the problems of being self-directed nowadays is the need for accreditations, certifications, which in most of the cases don 't exist because the self-directed learner decided to learn by himself and not through a course they could give a certification.

There is also the self-regulated learner, " as the words imply, emphasizes autonomy and control by the individual who monitors, directs, and regulates actions toward goals of information acquisition, expanding expertise, and self-improvement” (Paris and Paris 2001), which means the learner is self-aware, self-motivated and very skillfull, they are more selective about ways of learning, they are able to transform their simple learning skills into academic skills.

Talking about learner autonomy as well, according to Henri Holec "Autonomy is the ability to take charge of one 's learning" (Holec 1981), however we can see that in all learning methods mentioned above the learner is alwyas taking charge of his own learning, although being autonomus
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