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Self-rating Scale of Self-directed Learning (SRSSDL)

Describe, identify and explain the characteristics of learners who engage in self-directed learning.
Discuss the self-directed learning concept
Briefly describe how it relates to the development of the adult learner.

Nemec, P. B. (2011). The self-directed learner.
Williamson, S. N. (2007). Development of a self-rating scale of self-directed learning.

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Self-rating Scale of Self-directed Learning (SRSSDL)

Describe, Identify and explain the characteristics of learners who engage in self-directed learning.

The characteristics of learners who engage in self-directed learning are those that entail students who take the initiative in their learning, create learning portfolios, and also utilize their own strengths that have been accumulated through experiences over their learning careers. Therefore, students that engage in self-directed learning are capable of directing their own learning needs and utilizing their own skills to better their learning and develop the most optimal learning in the classroom.

Self-directed learners know exactly what they are seeking from the education and want hands-on activities where they can engage in the learning instead of being lectured to by a teacher. They also want to participate in the designing of any curriculum that will play upon their strengths and weaknesses in regard to how they've experienced learner over ...

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