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Learning to be a self-regulating professional

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CHAPTER  A6

 

Learning to be a Self-Regulating Professional: The Role of Personal Developing Planning (PDP)

 

Norman Jackson, University of Surrey

  

Personal Development Planning (PDP) is the only approach to learning in UK higher education that is actively encouraged through a policy. The dispositions, thinking, behaviours and habits that PDP is intended to promote are closely aligned to the processes identified in self-regulation. The paper examines these relationships and asserts that if PDP is implemented in ways that learners find engaging, and can be related to real world experiences, it offers the promise of enabling them to develop and practice capabilities that are important to being an effective self-regulating professional.

 

Chapter A6 pdf

The Figure that was jumbled in the orginal pdf has now been corrected 25/11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20/11/10

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