Student Centered Learning is key to effective teaching and meaningful learning. It ensures that the learning outcome is met through personalized teaching. Various teaching approaches can be used in designing engaging lessons. Heutagogy supports self-determined learning, paragogy emphasizes learning with peers while cybergogy focuses on online tools to aid learning.
The age of connected learning has changed the way teaching should be. Andragogy is the theory of adults teaching. Heutagogy is self-directed learning while paragogy (also referred to as peeragogy), is a theory of peer-to-peer learning. Cybergogy is a theory for online-based learning. For innovative teaching and learning at tertiary level, the knowledge on the theory of heutagogy, paragogy and cybergogy are essential to suit to the adult’s needs.
i.e. learning occurs when the learner is ready and not when the teacher expects or intends it.
Learning is through co-learning and co-creation; endeavors to both describe the phenomenon of effective peer learning, and to prescribe key aspects of its best practice.
Focuses on learning by facilitating and technologically enabling learner-centered, autonomous and collaborative learning in a virtual environment.