Multiple Perspectives on Self Directed Learning

Self-directed learning (SDL) is a pedagogical tool that allows learners to take increased responsibility (and liberty) for their own learning.  It can be implemented in different ways and to different degrees. The panelists for this session (using a variety of methodologies) will share their experiences and various perspectives with SDL as teachers who use it, researchers who study it, and students who have encountered it, all in different contexts. Panelists will briefly present their connections and experiences with SDL. Afterward, panelists and audience will engage in discussion.

Session Speaker(s)

Session Time and Location

Time:
1:00pm to 1:50pm
Room:
460

Session Format

Presentation