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This is one of the groups inside the FAA. It\'s nothing special. Entrance is freeas well in other groups. Here in this group does not have any money, sponsors, donors and privilege as is the case with legally registered non-profit association.
My goal: In opportune moment, to offer members of this FAA group, establish a non-profit association on legal grounds, an international association of global level. But let me be clear: Most of us will stay at the same time a member of the FAA. We should be grateful for the FAA, which has enabled this communication.
If we create an international association, then we have a legal right to certain privileges, and most importantly, we will have access to opportunities for donors and sponsors. For the development of this kind of cultural activity that is very important.
If it comes to registration of the said association of artists, the association will operate according to international regulations for this type of non-profit associations.
Autodidacticism is self-directed learning that is related to but different from informal learning. In a sense, autodidacticism is 'learning on your own' or 'by yourself', and an autodidact is a self-teacher. Autodidacticism is a contemplative, absorptive procession. Some autodidacts spend a great deal of time reviewing the resources of libraries and educational websites. One may become an autodidact at nearly any point in one's life. While some may have been informed in a conventional manner in a particular field, they may choose to inform themselves in other, often unrelated areas. Many notable contributions have been made by autodidacts.
Autodidactism is only one facet of learning, and is usually, but not necessarily, complemented by learning in formal and informal spaces: from classrooms to other social settings. Many autodidacts seek instruction and guidance from experts, friends, teachers, parents, siblings, and community. Inquiry into autodidacticism has implications for learning theory, educational research, educational philosophy, and educational psychology.
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