Presents case studies and examples from practitioners and examines the four major dimensions of advancing real learning: active learning, collaborative learning, learner-driven learning, learning about learning.

Learner-Driven Learning

Learner-driven learning

No-one else can do your learning for you. They may be able to support your learning by the way they manage an environment, or the way they talk with you, but they can't do it for you. And perhaps the other side of the same coin is put by B. B. King (American musician, b.1925): “The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.” So the learner is always at the heart of the process, no matter how it goes.

Yet the way learning is talked about ...

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