Course Curator: Dr. G. Danford (PhD Helsinki School of Economics, MBA London Business School)
How SDL Works
Self-Directed Learning (SDL) has been practiced for over 50 years. The process is controlled by the learner, and moves through a series of steps. SDL assumes that the learner is 'consciously competent' in knowing what to do, in order to attain their goals.
First You Start With Content: Quality videos from world experts, readings etc.
First you watch short videos.
Then a summary of main points.
Great readings are recommended.
All course content is identified, reviewed, and approved by faculty.
Then You Engage in Some Active-Learning Activities.
Real life challenges are presented.
Tips are given.
Then you create solutions.
Active-Learning helps you remember.
Finally You Test Your Knowledge of the Content Covered.
Test your knowledge at any time.
Games help you learn more.
You Control The Learning
Testing is the only way to measure learning.
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"Self-directed Learning empowered me to take control of my development."
"This course is fantastic. It is full of great wisdom and content. "
"I have been always ready to learn although, I never enjoyed being taught."