Self-Directed Learning

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THEORIES / MODELS OF SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING

Theories and models of self-directed learning have been numerous and various from Cyril Houle's in 1961to Merriam's and Brockett's in 1994. The various works down through the decades are explored and explained in this document. Researchers and the details of their findings are laid out for you to explore throughout the document.

Numerous names; some more recognizable than others, are written about and explained. From 1916 to 2005, there is 90 years worth of self-directed learning research and experience all waiting for you at the touch of your fingertips.

So, what are you waiting for? Click here to start exploring and discovering some of the theories and models of self-directed learning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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