Learning from One’s Own Biography as an Exemplification of Biographical Learning
Elżbieta Dubas NOWIS 2017; 1 (4): ICID: 1241920 Article type: Original article
This article presents the results of the biographical research project titled “Learning from One’s Own Biography” conducted in the years 2008–2010. Learning from one’s own biography is an exemplification of biographical learning. The text presents the results of the research project describing learning from one’s own biography in the following perspectives: ontological, epistemological, methodological and methodical. It shows a person as a biographical being and displays the process of studying/ exploring one’s own biography and the process of cognition (of reality) through biography. Furthermore, the paper discusses three contexts of understanding and experiencing learning from one’s own biography and methodical implications for adult education.