Self-directed Learning: A Guide for Learners and Teachers
Cambridge Adult Education, 01.01.1975 - 135 Seiten
This book includes many techniques for designing a learning environment of mutual trust between learner and facilitator (the teacher), diagnosing needs, and evaluating programs.
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