2017
DOI: 10.26450/jshsr.207
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Lifelong Learning: Not a 21st Century, but an Omnitemporal Skill

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“…Lifelong learning is also a focus as lecturers need not stop learning (Daggol, 2017;Devi et al, 2016;Garzón-Artacho et al, 2021;Sert & Boynueğri, 2017). Lecturers with terminal degrees are still researching and learning new things, whilst lecturers without terminal degrees are pursuing terminal degrees.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Lifelong learning is also a focus as lecturers need not stop learning (Daggol, 2017;Devi et al, 2016;Garzón-Artacho et al, 2021;Sert & Boynueğri, 2017). Lecturers with terminal degrees are still researching and learning new things, whilst lecturers without terminal degrees are pursuing terminal degrees.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The 21st century learning landscape requires the integration of technology into education (Purnawati et al, 2020;Permanasari, 2016;Daggol, 2017;Chania et al, 2020;Aulia et al, 2022;Septia et al, 2021). The rapid advancements in technology in the field of education pose a challenge for teachers to incorporate technology into their teaching methods.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Lifelong learning can be defined as a teaching and learning process that enables students or teachers to act and plan for lifelong learning (Daggol, 2017). Williams ( 2021) also mentioned that the ability to reflect on actions to engage in continuous learning and selfdevelopment using practical values and theories that can inform these practices is defined as reflective thinking practice.…”
Section: Long-life Learning Skillsmentioning
confidence: 99%