Heutagogy Community of Practice

Advancing the Theory and Practice of Self-Determined Learning

Self-Determined Learner Profile: Meet Bernard Nkuyubwatsi!

This is the second in a series of learner profiles exploring how heutagogy is perceived and experienced by learners themselves. We wanted to hear from learners who consider themselves to … Continue reading

February 9, 2015 · 2 Comments

Shipping Coffee for Adult Education

This article, which features a heutagogical approach to education, was written by Jon Andrews and originally posted in the Centre for Research Innovation and Future Development blog. Jon is Executive … Continue reading

July 14, 2014 · Leave a comment

So, Students are Cheating on their Assignments: Then Change the Game

by Stewart Hase It seems that there is a growing and presumably lucrative industry in the buying and selling of university assignments. A student can contact any one of a … Continue reading

July 2, 2014 · 5 Comments

Can Heutagogy Save Education?

Here’s a recent post about heutagogy by Robert Schuetz: Can Heutagogy Save Education? At the end of his post he asks: Can heutagogy save education? If so, what are the … Continue reading

February 27, 2014 · Leave a comment

The Limitations of Linear Thinking

by Stewart Hase In our first paper about heutagogy or the study of self-determined learning as it is defined, Chris Kenyon and I mentioned that people don’t learn linearly. After … Continue reading

August 26, 2013 · 1 Comment

It’s not the unfriendly classroom, it’s the expectations

by Bob Dick  I’ve decided that classrooms are not friendly to learning. I don’t think that it’s always the classroom as such.  Yes, there are tiered classrooms with fixed furniture.  … Continue reading

May 6, 2013 · 2 Comments

Heutagogy Highlights – Conference in Prague, March 2013

Heutagogy: Reconceptualising Learning for the 21st Century – Stewart Hase Since its inception in 2000, heutagogy or self-determined learning, has been discussed and applied in a number of different settings … Continue reading

April 8, 2013 · 1 Comment

Providing A Compass: Neuroscience & Heutagogy

by Stewart Hase For anyone who cares to look, the neuroscientific evidence that a great number of the assumptions that underpin education and training practice are wrong is mounting (see … Continue reading

March 31, 2013 · 11 Comments