The books, titled Self-Directed Learning: An imperative for education in a complex society, and Learning through assessment: An approach towards self-directed learning, is the latest additions to our Humanities and Social Sciences scholarly discipline.
The NWU Self-directed Learning Series explores self-directed learning as an educational approach in which the student assumes responsibility for their learning. This collection, intended primarily for researchers, documents the evolution of scholarship and the latest findings resulting from collaborative research with a distinctive focus on self-directed learning.
- Copyright (c) 2021 Elsa Mentz, Dorothy Laubscher, Jako Olivier (Volume editor)
- Volume 6
- This book on self-directed learning (SDL) is devoted to original academic scholarship within the field of education, and is the 6th volume in the North-West University (NWU) SDL book series. In this book the authors explore how self-directed learning can be considered an imperative for education in a complex modern society. Read more…https://bit.ly/3pRJx2Z
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- View the book video here: https://bit.ly/3DPTenn
- Copyright (c) 2021 Elsa Mentz, Anitia Lubbe (Volume editor)
- Volume 7
- This book aims to contribute to the discourse of learning through assessment within a self-directed learning environment. It adds to the scholarship of assessment and self-directed learning within a face-to-face and online learning environment. As part of the NWU Self-Directed Learning Book Series, this book is devoted to scholarship in the field of self-directed learning, focusing on ongoing and envisaged assessment practices for self-directed learning through which learning within the 21st century can take place. Read more…https://bit.ly/33t1Io6
- Download the online version (PDF) here: https://bit.ly/3dRlhrX
- View the book video here: https://bit.ly/3pT9XkH