Ask yourself the following questions:
Is your success at University ultimately a matter of "how well you are taught" or "what you are able to learn"?
Will your ability to do well at Uni depend on how well you are able to manage your own learning"?
Will the knowledge and skills you are gaining from your current study have a "limited shelf life" or quickly "become dated"?
Will your ability to "stay current" and to update your skills and knowledge depend on how well you are able to independently manage your own learning?
Is your future life and work likely to present you with challenge s for which university has not prepared you?
Will how well you manage these challenges depend on your capacity to learn and adapt ?
Is the skill of effectively managing your own learning crucial to success across study, work and life?
Is developing the higher-order skill of self-managed learning potentially valuable to you?
Do you currently place sufficient priority on developing this meta skill of "managing your own learning"?