Managing my own learning

Managing my own learning is a superordinate area, which connects all aspects of the learning process and summarises important steps and phases of autonomous learning from the other areas.

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I can do this

I want to learn this

This isn't important for me

I can structure my learning and in particular:

     

set goals

     

set a time and place for learning

     

choose materials and resources

     

apply methods and strategies

     

carry out learning

     

monitor my learning

     

evaluate my learning.

     

When I have a task to complete I can

     

plan my work (for example, set a goal, set a time and place, choose materials and resources, choose methods and strategies, and plan the steps of the task)

     

complete the task

     

monitor my learning (for example, during or after the task, check my performance and the use of materials and methods)

     

evaluate my learning (for example, during or after the task, evaluate my performance, the use of materials, language tools and strategies).

     

For further descriptors see completing tasks.

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I can do this

I want to learn this

 

 

   

 

 

   

 

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