Self-evaluation and reflection
The assessment is a reflection in which are discussed, determine and consider the knowledge, skills, performance and capabilities of a person. Through the assessment will identify areas for improvement. In an assessment, a person can determine the causes and factors that contributed to a specific situation. Similarly, a person may know what your strengths and weaknesses and work with them and use them to maximize their benefit. When they are meditating, analyzes and elaborates in detail on any aspect of life or action you want to change it into something productive and meaningful. A self-evaluation and reflection is directly linked to effective learning of that person. Learning plays an important role, since it represents a change in a person's ability to respond to a particular situation.
To make an effective self-evaluation should be aware of learning styles. Felder (as cited in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: A Challenge for the Twenty-First Century, 2001) says that students learn different from one another, with strengths, limitations and preferences in how they receive and process information. Although learning styles are different, there are four dimensions that help to identify the style of each individual. These are: active and reflective, sensitive and intuitive, visual and verbal, and sequential and global. An ideal learning style is one that maintains a balance between each of these dimensions. It is important that each person knows that is more developed areas. The identification will allow to know which of these traits should be used when faced with different scenarios of everyday life, for better results.
Most people have a particular method of learning that allows you to learn from the best. The style that best suits my way of thinking and acting that this is a balance in all dimensions. An individual asset's ability to retain information through discussions, it is open-minded, he likes to work in...