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Self Education (Autodidacticism)

Self Education (Autodidacticism)


Haydar Külekci

June 18, 2016


  1. Self-education Autodidacticism - Self-Training Haydar KÜLEKCİ

  2. People are always trying to learn something and they will.

  3. We try to learn Acting as an artist Cooking good

    meal Painting like a really notable painter Dancing like a ballet Writing book, magazine Playing guitar, drum …
  4. How do we learn all these things? Going to a

    school Attending to a course with a private teacher
  5. What is Self Education Autodidacticism (also autodidactism) or self- education

    is the act of learning about a subject or subjects which is in no formal education.
  6. Many notable contributions have been made by autodidacts.

  7. Maxim Gorky He was a self-taught man who rose out

    of poverty to become a world famous writer.
  8. Ernest Hemingway He, the American novelist and short story writer,

    was primarily self-educated after high school. "... he read for hours at a time in bed", recounted his sister Marcelline. "He read everything around the house —all the books, all the magazines
  9. Frida Kahlo She, is painter, who is best known for

    her self-portraits. After a bus accident she painted to occupy her time during her temporary immobilization; after this accident she abandoned the study of medicine to begin painting.
  10. The Wright Brothers They were two American brothers, inventors who

    are generally credited with inventing, building, and flying the world's first successful airplane. Neither brother graduated high school.
  11. Michael Faraday The chemist and physicist. Although Faraday received little

    formal education and knew little of higher mathematics, such as calculus, he was one of the most influential scientists in history. Some historians of science refer to him as the best experimentalist in the history of science.
  12. How can we do? How can we learn these abilities

    or knowledge?
  13. Do it your self!

  14. Do it your self! It doesn’t mean to do it

    only yourself.
  15. be curious look forward to learning new things and be

    uncomfortable by gaps in your understanding of the world
  16. be patient • depending on the complexity of a topic,

    learning new things can take a long time. • Make sure, you move from basic knowledge to intermediate and finally advanced concept
  17. research • find out stuff about it • start with

    learning basics • read the books, lots of books
  18. practice • put your new knowledge into practice to develop

    yourself. • blogging, making, doing practicing, acting, …etc, all these keywords should be your best friends.
  19. network • share your experience with someone • learn your

    friends and colleagues • use this power to push yourself to learn more
  20. schedule • plan everythings which take time • create yourself

    a list • schedule your studies
  21. Some Tools

  22. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) • Coursera • Udacity •

    EdX • Khan Academy • FutureLearn
  23. Lectures and Video Learning Websites • TED • Youtube Edu

    • Solve For X • Reddit Education
  24. Digital Skills Training • Udemy (Turkish Startup) • Shillshare

  25. Others • BBC Learning • Duolingo (for language) • Learnist

    (Sharing and Learning Platform) • Pomodoro Technique (Self- discipline)
  26. Thank you ^_^