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Uneducated learning: A Martian’s Guide Learning Without Our Education System

Uneducated learning is the type of learning which takes place without our education system.Uneducated learning is

Uneducated learning can take place almost anywhere the learner is able to learn according to circumstance – often at a location of the learners choice or best suited to the learning depending on circumstances. For example, uneducated learning can take place at home; while travelling; in the workplace or even at an institution of educated learning.

Uneducated learning can combine any area of learning in any way the learner is able to – uneducated learning is undetermined and can lead anywhere.

Uneducated learners are able to both “consume” and produce learning resources and opportunities – they are able to be both “learners” and “teachers”.

Undeducated learning can take place at any time the learner is able to learn and be of any duration the learner chooses according to circumstances.

Undeducated learning can occur in any sequence the learner is able to learn and at any age they are able to according to circumstances.

Uneducated learning has no formal or central authority to control learning content and opportunity – the uneducated learner can choose to learn anything from anywhere they are able to according to circumstance.

Question Based
Uneducated learning generally starts with the learner seeking answers to questions and continues with more questions – there are no limits as to where the questions might lead and the learners questions determine the learning experience.

Uneducated learning is intimately connected and situated in the learner’s world – the learners work, play, family, interests, friends relationships, culture etc at aparticlualt times and circumstances.

Uneducated learning uses any available resources from anyone and any uneducated learner can contribute to uneducated learning resources – learners decide which to use and how.


April 24, 2011 - Posted by | education

1 Comment »

  1. Asking questions are really pleasant thing if you are not understanding something completely,
    except this post provides nice understanding even.

    Comment by | April 14, 2014 | Reply

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