Capabilities Self-Assessment Schedule 2008

Capabilities Self-Assessment Schedule September 2008

ALGC 2008 – September 18, 2008


Schedule of Self-Assessment of Capabilities: September 18, 2008

Specific capabilities to be developed in the degree include the ability to:

Present Level of Competence

rate yourself from 1 to 5 where 1 is expert, 2 is experienced, 3 is moderate level of knowledge, 4 is some knowledge and 5 is novice

Desired Level

rate yourself from 1 to 5 where 1 is expert, 2 is experienced, 3 is moderate level of knowledge, 4 is some knowledge and 5 is novice

Perceived Growth in Levels of Competence

learn how to learn in a complex international environment

3

2

understand and act on commonalities and differences across different contexts for adult learning

4

3

learn and work globally

1

1

understand knowledge based societies and their implications for learning

4

3

understand the implications for practice of different discourses of globalization

3

2

appreciate the historical context of present developments and link these to practice

4

3

adopt a social justice perspective on all issues of learning

3

2

use teaching and learning technologies globally

3

1

read and act on cultural sensibilities and sensitivities

2

2

critically reflect on one’s own professional practice

3

2

create networks of relationships across countries and help establish a global community of adult learning practitioners

2

1

challenge orthodoxies in adult learning theory and practice

4

2


ALGCProgram Objectives September 18, 2008

The numbers in brackets refer to my own capabilities envelope

Specific capabilities to be developed in the degree include the ability to:

* learn how to learn in a complex international environment (1)
* understand and act on commonalities and differences across different contexts for adult learning
(1) (3) (4)

* learn and work globally (1) (3) (4)
* understand knowledge based societies and their implications for learning
(2)
* understand the implications for practice of different discourses of globalization
(1)

* appreciate the historical context of present developments and link these to practice (4)
* adopt a social justice perspective on all issues of learning
(1) (5)

* use teaching and learning technologies globally (2) (3)

* read and act on cultural sensibilities and sensitivities (1) (3) (5)

* critically reflect on one’s own professional practice (3) (4) (5)

* create networks of relationships across countries and help establish a global community of adult learning practitioners (1) (3) (4)

* challenge orthodoxies in adult learning theory and practice. (1)

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