C. Describe the degree to which the Week Five assignment description is asking that each Learning Pattern be used to effectively complete it.
(Critically review the Final Reflection assignment in Week Five and decode it. If a Learning Pattern is not needed in a specific area, explain why.)i
D. List potential strategies and explain how you will use them to Forge, Intensify, or Tether (FIT) your Learning Patterns so you can complete the Week Five assignment efficiently and effectively.
(You may need to use strategies in just one area, or in several. If strategies are not needed in a specific area, explain why.)
EXP 105: Week 4
Personal Strategy Card Sequential: following a plan. The learner seeks to follow step-by-step directions, organize and plan work carefully, and complete the assignment from beginning to end without interruptions.
Precise: seeking and processing detailed information carefully and accurately. The learner takes detailed notes, asks questions to find out more information, seeks and responds with exact answers, and reads and writes in a highly specific manner.
Technical: working autonomously, "hands-on," unencumbered by paper-and-pencil requirements. The learner uses technical reasoning to figure out how to do things, works alone without interference, displays knowledge by physically demonstrating skills, and learns from real-world experiences.
Confluent: avoiding conventional approaches; seeking unique ways to complete any learning task. The learner often starts before all directions are given; takes a risk, fails, and starts again; uses imaginative ideas and unusual approaches; and improvises.Sequence.
organizing by steps and sequence has infiltrated my personal life including organizing vacations, planning of birthday parties, and other family activities which require “methodical steps” to get it done. Although my wife hates it, I sleep much better knowing everything has been...