Nouveau mot du jour : heutagogy

Le (beau) problème avec la revue de la littérature, c’est que plus tu lis, plus tu en as à lire. Chaque article, chaque rapport, amène un lot de nouvelles références… C’est comme ça que ce matin, en pleine lecture d’un super article, je suis tombée sur un mot jusqu’ici inconnu : heutagogy. Wikipédia réfère au texte de Stewart Hase et Chris Kenyon (2000) pour préciser le concept :

Heutagogy places specific emphasis on learning how to learndouble loop learninguniversal learning opportunitiesa non-linear process, and true learner self-direction. So, for example, whereas andragogy focuses on the best ways for people to learn, heutagogy also requires that educational initiatives include the improvement of people’s actual learning skills themselves, learning how to learn as well as just learning a given subject itself. Similarly, whereas andragogy focuses on structured education, in heutagogy all learning contexts, both formal and informal, are considered.

Chauhan et Yadav (2011) ajoutent :

[…] it is necessary to be looking at an educational approach where it is the learner himself who determines what and how learning should take place. Heutagogy, the study of self-determined learning, may be viewed as a natural progression from earlier educational methodologies, in particular from capability development, and may well provide the optimal approach to learning in the twenty-first century.

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