Instead, focus on what you want to accomplish.
I hear questions from web developers all the time, asking what language, framework, or CMS would be best to learn now that they're comfortable with the skills required for their job. Sure, there are natural progressions and building blocks used by school criteria, but for someone that isn't looking to just build a resume and instead is just looking to expand their skillset, learning can be so much more fun.
Of course, this should be supplemented with plenty of reading and lessons after realizing what you want to focus on. Really the only difference is to let your skills grow with your interests. It's a much more interesting and approach to learning and really helps in avoiding apathy.
If the tools you're using were educated choices, you will be benefit from learning to use them.