Self-Directed Learning in Adults with DisabilitiesInternationalSelf-Directed Learning Symposium (2010)
AbstractThis research investigated educated adults with identified disabilities and their self-directed learning efforts. It involved structured, in-depth interviews with disabled adults in higher education related to their attempts to learn on their own. Evidence of self-directed learning projects existed for each of the participants. All reported difficulties with finding the appropriate tools to improve their learning. A listing of specific techniques to assist their learning efforts was generated from the participants.
- learning disabilities,
- learning projects,
- self-directed learning
Publication DateWinter February 3, 2010
Citation InformationDeborah K Sterner and Ezzard C Bryant. "Self-Directed Learning in Adults with Disabilities" InternationalSelf-Directed Learning Symposium (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ebryantj/1/