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What is ABEL Self-Directed Learning?
ABEL Self-Directed Learning (ASDL) is a professional learning process available for all ABEL and LC members. This process has been designed to provide support for professionals and teachers in different areas such as: Leadership, Inquiry Teaching and Learning, and Video Conferencing among others.
Remember! Self-Directed Learning is a process in which learners take the initiative to diagnose their learning needs, formulate learning goals, identify resources for learning, select and implement learning strategies, and evaluate learning outcomes.
How is the ASDL process structured?
ABEL Self-Directed Learning (ASDL) consists of four different stages called GAME.
- Diagnosing learning needs
- Formulating specific objectives
- Motivating to learn
- Learning knowledge through modules (between 4 to 6 Modules)
Managing Information Stage
- Studying cases related with the subject of study
- Using resources and discovering information
- Verifying learning through activities
- Providing feedback to improve the ASDL process
ASDL follows the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework.
"The TPACK framework highlights complex relationships that exist between content, pedagogy and technology knowledge areas and may be a useful organizational structure for defining what it is that teachers need to know to integrate technology effectively". (Mishra & Koehler 2006).
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