The term heutagogy was first coined by Stewart Hase and Chris Kenyon in 2000 as an extension to andragogy and means self-determined learning. Its foundations are constructivism and humanism, along with capability, open-systems thinking and complexity theory. It came about because of the founders' dissatisfaction with education and training systems based on antiquated concepts of learning ...

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