Benemérita Universidad
Autónoma De Puebla.
“Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner”
By Angel Oropeza Zecua
Facultad de ...
Abstract

“The essence of independence
has been to think and act
according to standards from
within, not without: to follo...
What Does Autonomous Mean?
The Word Autonomous means having the right
or power of self-government and comes from
the word ...
What Do We Mean with Autonomy?
Edwards, R., Hanson, A., & Raggatt, P. C. M. (1996). Adult Learners--education and Training...
Managing Your Own Change
Head, K., & Taylor, P. (1997). Readings in Teacher Development: Heinemann
English Language Teachi...
Managing Your Own Change
Starting with yourself
Uncovering Hidden Beliefs About Change

Processing Your Beliefs
Moving Fro...
Initiating Change:
Using A Problem-Solving Approach

Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner"
Managing Your Own Change
Starting with yourself
Moving From Disabling Beliefs
Uncovering Hidden Beliefs About Change
Focus...
Thank You A Lot
“Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner”
By Angel Oropeza Zecua
Facultad de Lenguas - Modalidad Abierta...
Bibliography
Reference.
Hyatt, C. S. (2008). Rebels and Devils: The Psychology of Liberation: Original Falcon Press,
LLC.
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  1. 1. Benemérita Universidad Autónoma De Puebla. “Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner” By Angel Oropeza Zecua Facultad de Lenguas - Modalidad Abierta Generación 2013 Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner"
  2. 2. Abstract “The essence of independence has been to think and act according to standards from within, not without: to follow one's own path, not that of the crowd.” Hyatt, C. S. (2008). Rebels and Devils: The Psychology of Liberation: Original Falcon Press, LLC. This presentation has the purpose to present the meaning of being an autonomous learner and some of its characteristics. Applying these characteristics to myself once It´s read it by other people then they can apply them to themselves too. Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner"
  3. 3. What Does Autonomous Mean? The Word Autonomous means having the right or power of self-government and comes from the word Autonomy that means the power or right of a country, group, etc., to govern itself. Autonomous. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved November 4, 2013, from http://www.merriamwebster.com/dictionary/autonomous Autonomy. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved November 4, 2013, from http://www.merriamwebster.com/dictionary/autonomy Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner"
  4. 4. What Do We Mean with Autonomy? Edwards, R., Hanson, A., & Raggatt, P. C. M. (1996). Adult Learners--education and Training: Boundaries of adult learning. 2. The learning society: Taylor & Francis Group. An Internal Quality Of The Individual Positive Motivation Not Necessarily Individualistic A Matter Of Degree Autonomy is: Distinct From Insolation Demonstrated in a Context A Quality Which Can Develop, And Be Deliberately Developed Demonstrated in a Sense of Self Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner"
  5. 5. Managing Your Own Change Head, K., & Taylor, P. (1997). Readings in Teacher Development: Heinemann English Language Teaching. Change happens within us and around us throughout our lives, whether we initiate it for ourselves or are faced with change imposed elsewhere. Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner"
  6. 6. Managing Your Own Change Starting with yourself Uncovering Hidden Beliefs About Change Processing Your Beliefs Moving From Disabling Beliefs Managing Your Own Change is Focusing On Enabling Beliefs Applying Appropriate Antidotes Initiating Change: Using A Problem-Solving Approach Head, K., & Taylor, P. (1997). Readings in Teacher Development: Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner" Heinemann English Language Teaching.
  7. 7. Initiating Change: Using A Problem-Solving Approach Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner"
  8. 8. Managing Your Own Change Starting with yourself Moving From Disabling Beliefs Uncovering Hidden Beliefs About Change Focusing On Enabling Beliefs Changing How You Experience A Situation Processing Your Beliefs Managing Your Own Change is Modelling A New Behavior Applying Appropriate Antidotes The Emotion Of Change How To Really Make A Difference Initiating Change: Using A Problem-Solving Approach Adopting A New Perspective Understanding The Change Process Working With Change In A Broader Context Head, K., & Taylor, P. (1997). Readings in Teacher Development: Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner" Heinemann English Language Teaching.
  9. 9. Thank You A Lot “Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner” By Angel Oropeza Zecua Facultad de Lenguas - Modalidad Abierta Generación 2013 Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner"
  10. 10. Bibliography Reference. Hyatt, C. S. (2008). Rebels and Devils: The Psychology of Liberation: Original Falcon Press, LLC. Autonomous. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved November 4, 2013, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/autonomous Autonomy. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved November 4, 2013, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/autonomy Edwards, R., Hanson, A., & Raggatt, P. C. M. (1996). Adult Learners--education and Training: Boundaries of adult learning. 2. The learning society: Taylor & Francis Group. Head, K., & Taylor, P. (1997). Readings in Teacher Development: Heinemann English Language Teaching. Angel Oropeza Zecua - "Why I feel I can be an autonomous learner"

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