Definition of self-directing in English:

self-directing

Line breaks: self-direct¦ing

adjective

Acting freely and independently: encouraging students to be self-directing
More example sentences
  • The fragile Enlightenment ideal of personal autonomy is that a person should be a conscious, free, self-directing individual.
  • Overall, the book can serve as a self-directing guide for both high-school students and teachers seeking to reorient themselves to the challenge of engaging in artistic activity.
  • The process of expansion was organic and self-directing.

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