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Self-Directed Learning to Support Part-Time FYS Instructors: A Proposed Model


Author(s): Laucella, L.

Citation: Laucella, L. (2019). Self-Directed Learning to Support Part-Time FYS Instructors: A Proposed Model. E-Source for College Transitions, 16(3), 17-20.

 

Abstract

It is the understanding that first-year seminars share a common goal- to develop self-directed learning (SDL) habits in first-year students. This article provides a suggested model for faculty modeling-SDL in first-year seminars. This model explores how first-year seminar faculty can progress their courses towards SDL by following these five suggested steps that correspond to content delivery that is familiar to first-year students: Setting the Tone with I Do, Setting a Baseline, Structured We Do, Reflection, and You Do. Ultimately, this article hopes to initiate conversation about how faculty modeling-SDL translates into everyday practices.

 

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