From Behaviorism to Humanism: Incorporating Self-Direction in Learning Concepts into the Instructional Design Process
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The purpose of this chapter was to promote a better understanding of why some educators and trainers of adults do not incorporate self-directed learning concepts into their practice. It was expected that such understanding wouldl help adult educators be more convincing in promoting self-direction in learning and corresponding implementation recommendations.
Hiemstra, Roger Dr., "From Behaviorism to Humanism: Incorporating Self-Direction in Learning Concepts into the Instructional Design Process" (1994). IACE Hall of Fame Repository.