Rosario Gomez Jacome

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Rosario Gomez Jacome

  1. 1. WHY I FEEL I CAN BE AN AUTONOMOUS LEARNER Rosario Gómez Jácome
  2. 2.    I’m responsible for my own decisions. I’m motivate to learn, in order to accomplish my objectives. I have acquire I great quality and quantity of experiences.
  3. 3.  Through experience I have de ability to cope and adapt to new situations.  I do not depend on others for encouragement and reassurance to do what I feel I need to do. Autonomy has been a fundamental value in my life, and my parents have been my inspiration. But specially my mother. “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and became more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams.
  4. 4.    Recent education studies indicates, the adults are capable of learning, regardless of , or level of intelligence. As I read literature for this project, relate to adult learning, I found a new word andragogy. Andragogy are the methods to teach adults.
  5. 5.  1.- The need to Know.  2.- The learners’ self-concept.  3.- The role of the learners’ experiences.  4.- Readiness to learn.  5.- Orientation to learning.  6.- Motivation.
  6. 6. Process Phase I Process Phase II. CREATE NEED Creating a strategy and Determining what the ADULT the individual needs to LEARNING resources to achieve learn so as to achieve their The process of adults the learning goal goals gaining Process Phase IV EVALUATE knowledge and expertise based on their personal goals Assessing the attained of the learning goal and the process of reaching it Process Phase III IMPLEMENT Implementing the learning strategy and utilizing the learning resources © Richard A. Swanson, St. Paul, MN 1996
  7. 7. I know there are always something new to learn and to learn from.
  8. 8.     Bibliography Edwards, R. A. (1996). Bounderies of adult learning. New York: Routledge. Knowles, M. I. (2005). The adult learner. San Diego: Elsevier.

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