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Heutagogy in Speaking: Exploration and Mapping of Self-Learning in Social Organizations Community

Baharman Baharman, Andoyo Sastromiharjo, Vismaia S. Damaianti, dan Yeti Mulyati


The heutagogical approach is a self-determined learning model that can encourage independent learner development. The model's design with a heutagogical approach is integrated with language skills in aspects of speaking skills that can be taught or trained to students based on heutagogical principles. This type of research is classified as qualitative research. Collecting research data by distributing questionnaires and conducting interviews with community members spread across three social organizations. The goal was to obtain data as a form of information related to the heutagogical approach to speaking skills. The method used in this research is descriptive-qualitative. Based on the results of the study, self-learning mapping as part of a heutagogical approach in the implementation of learning/training speaking skills refers to identifying the variety/type of speaking skills that each student wants to learn, determining the method/learning process, and negotiating the type of evaluation of the selected speaking skills material. In conclusion, in this study, students are responsible for their learning and determine and control themselves what, when, and how they will learn it.


Heutagogical Approach, Speaking Skills, Independent Learning

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