This From Andragogy to Heutagogy by Stewart Hase and Chris Kenyon emphasises on a learner-centred approach to learning.
I think Connectivism comes close to heutagogy.
The on-the-job training – a shift in training paradigm from trainer centred to learner centred learning has adopted such heutagogy in the last decade. See my post on Distribution Centre Training and What’s new in connectivism? https://suifaijohnmak.wordpress.com for details.
Recent emergent technology accelerates the application of this heutagogy approach.
To what extent will teacher accept and adopt this approach? Any survey done?
Back to our teacher training decades ago, have we all been educated on the importance of pedagogies? We were supposed to have lesson plans in order to pass the course, and to be employed as a professional teacher. Even educational institutions and professional bodies still emphasise the importance of pedagogies or androgogy in teaching and learning. Is it still important?
Is it a pendulum change?
Is it a challenge to you, as an educator or learner?
You will also find this post in Connectivismeductionlearning.