See also: Autodidacticism Autodidactism Autodidacts Autonomy Autocratic Autonomous Autocracy Autotroph Automation Autobiography Autopsy Autonomously Auto Automated Autophagy Automatic Automobile Autochthonous Autoimmune Autoestima Autonomía
1. Autodidactics: the process of teaching oneself
2. DJ Adams - Autodidactics Hello, my name is DJ and this is 'Autodidactics', a lightweight blog where I write about bits and pieces that I pick up from content created by other folks - in particular small things that I learn from studying the code they write
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3. More homemade lapidary equipment plans can be found at Agatehouse and Autodidactics
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4. Autodidactics of Bits: Cultural Studies and the Partition of the Pedagogical
5. From Autodidactics to Electronics From Autodidactics to Electronics: The Parallels Between the Poetics of Edgard Varèse (1883– 1965) and Josip Slavenski (1896–1955)1 Tisa Jukić Introduction Considered to be some of the leading avant-garde thinkers of their time in their respective environments, Josip Slavenski (1896‒1955) and Edgard Varèse (1883‒1965) had much in common in their
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6. This is translation from Russian of "Autodidactics" by Valery Kourinsky, educator, translator from dozens of languages, scientist, founder of PostPsychology, poet, musician and philosopher
7. Demand for the "Autodidactics" is constantly growing.
8. Generally, Autodidactics are individuals who choose the subject they want to study
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10. Autodidactics Discussion Group: collaborative self-teaching on diverse topics
11. - Indie Learners (podcast): learning methods explored by self taught peeps, aka Autodidactics.
12. These Autodidactics rely on the middle-class privilege of devoting culturally valued resources such as money and time to unpaid, gratifying activities (Gelber 1999)
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13. It details three learning practices (benchmarking, Autodidactics, and scaffolding) that consumers use to bind together the sensory and discursive dimensions of social practices
While going through history, a list of the most famous autodidacts list can be created. Benjamin Franklin, Leonardo Da Vinci, Adolf Hitler, Booker T. Washington are some of the most famous self-learners of history. If we talk about present or modern days, the most famous autodidacts might include, Paul Keating, Julian Assange, and Bill Gates .
Autodidacticism (also autodidactism) or self-education (also self-learning and self-teaching) is education without the guidance of masters (such as teachers and professors) or institutions (such as schools). Generally, an autodidact is an individual who chooses the subject they will study, their studying material,...
Synonyms for autodidact include automath, striver, aspirer, seeker, aspirant, self-improver, hopeful, applicant, candidate and expectant. Find more similar words at ...