What Is The Heutagogical Approach

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Hase, S., & Kenyon, C. (2007, pg 113 - 114). Stated Capability is a holistic attribute and concerns the capacity to use one’s competence in novel situations rather than just the familiar, a justified level of self-efficacy for dealing with novel problems, having appropriate values, being able to work in teams, and knowing how to learn. Being competent provide us with the ability to transform knowledge or experience to our daily lives. The ability to solve problem drawing from our knowledge and previous encounter. heutagogical approach recognizes the need to be flexible in the learning where the teacher provides resources but the learner designs the actual course he or she might take by negotiating the learning. Thus learners might read around critical issues or questions and determine what is of interest and relevance to them and then negotiate further reading and assessment tasks. Hase, S., & Kenyon, C. (2000, pg 6). …show more content…

Capability education is closely related to the heutagogical approach because in order to be successful at the heutagogical approach you must possess qualities of capability education. Learning is a continuous process for us humans, we acquire knowledge everyday whether we appreciate it or not. Hase, S., & Kenyon, C. (2000, pg 4) suggests, “That learning is natural "like breathing" and that it is an internal process controlled by the learner.” While that knowledge is being obtained we must have the competence to process that knowledge in to beneficial information to our self or to

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