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Experiences in Self-Determined Learning – available now!

Just Published – Experiences in Self-Determined Learning

edited by Lisa Marie Blaschke, Chris Kenyon, & Stewart Hase

Available HERE on Amazon – proceeds go to B1G1

Self-determined learning, also called heutagogy, is an educational phenomenon that is sweeping the world. From Brazil to Germany, England to Australia, the US to the Czech Republic, traditional teaching-centered approaches are being replaced by an approach that focuses on learning: What do you want to learn? How will you learn it? Who are your learning guides? How will your learning success be measured?

This book shares the stories of pioneers in self-determined learning. These pioneers describe how they have dealt with the challenges and provide practical guidance and lessons learned for those ready to undertake the journey toward self-determined learning.


Table of Contents

1 An Introduction to Self-determined Learning (Heutagogy): Stewart Hase
2 Heutagogy and Systems Thinking: A Perfect Marriage for Conducting Learning Experiences: Stewart Hase
The Learners
3 Embracing Opportunities for Self-Directed Learning in Formal Learning Environments: Bernard Bull
4 Moving Forward in the PAH Continuum: Maximizing the Power of the Social Web: Lisa Marie Blaschke
5 Assessment as an Ongoing Act of Learning: A Heutagogical Approach: Melanie Booth
6 New Pathways to Knowledge and Learning: Rónán O’Beirne
7 Moving From Education 1.0 Through Education 2.0 Towards Education 3.0: Jackie Gerstein
 The Teachers
8 Skills for the Learner and Learning Leader in the 21st Century: Stewart Hase
9 Heutagogy and Social Communities of Practice: Will Self-determined Learning Re-write the Script for Educators?: David Price
10 Professional Performance Appraisal: From Ticking the Boxes to Heutagogy: Jill Ridden
11 Creating Learning Legacies Using Blogs: Robert Schuetz
12 Heutagogy and the Impact on Adult Learning in Higher Education: Denise Hex
 The Curriculum
13 Cultivating Creative Approaches to Learning: Thomas Cochrane and Vickel Narayn
14 From Obstacle to Opportunity: Using Government-mandated Curriculum Change as a Springboard for Changes in Learning and Teaching: Jon Andrews
15 One Way of Introducing Heutagogy: Chris Kenyon
16 Applying Heutagogy in Online Learning: The SIDE Model: Eric Belt
17 Engaging the Wider Community – A Heutagogic Journey Made by a Heutagogic Learner to Develop a Heutagogic Project: Mark Narayan

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