Direct one’s own learning (Learning to Learn)

Assessing one’s own learning achievements and competences; Identifying learning objectives and pursue them pro-actively; Undergoing personal/professional development through feedback and commitment; Acknowledging and dealing with unexpected learning; Identifying and organising appropriate resources to support individual learning. Not only you should know how to facilitate individual and group learning processes but you should be able to […]

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