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Self-directed learning - a passing trend?

Our practice shows that learning goals always have to do with oneself, even in a professional context. In addition to the entrepreneurial framework, the prerequisite for learning is one's own motivation. And with self-directed learning, it is also often the process trigger. Someone encounters a challenge in everyday life that cannot be mastered with the current state of knowledge. For example, driving on a new line or carrying out a previously unknown repair in the workshop. The need for the ability to act, for being able to do so, arises. The learner is aware of the need to learn, knows about the objective and can now pursue this objective according to individual, promising learning strategies. The process is subject to constant reflection and goal review.

With such tangible examples, the objective is relatively obvious. Thanks to the digital infrastructure, the learner is given opportunities to promote and support this process: Using a tablet in the workshop, he can access an in-house wiki in which processes are mapped. Or he can take the bus route for the service via digital route inspection. For this it is necessary to provide content, build up knowledge management and comprehensively promote a new learning culture. Because it is less the tablets in the company that initiate a new learning movement than the employees and their attitude towards technical innovations, their handling and their ability to use the devices.