autodidacticism

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autodidacticism

(ˌɔːtəʊdɪˈdæktɪsɪzəm)
n
any self-directed learning or self-education
Translations
samouctví
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Currently Heritage Library' offer unparalleled opportunities for self-directed learning and exploration by people of diverse ages, interests, backgrounds, and abilities," an official of Lok Virsa told reporter.
Current Heritage Library' offer unparalleled opportunities for self-directed learning and exploration by people of diverse ages, interests, backgrounds, and abilities,' an official of Lok Virsa said on Saturday.
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Contract awarded for To enhance the teaching & learning experiences of teachers & pupils with the use of tablets and provide further opportunities to enhance student engagement, collaboration, communication, motivation and self-directed learning skills.
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COMMUNITIES in South Tyneside can find out how they can develop their creative and digital skills, while discovering a range of self-directed learning opportunities.
TBL was found to be an effective instructional strategy inducing team learning and self-directed learning.