Powerpoint Offers Important Lessons Ivc One Of Th

Powerpoint Offers Important Lessons Ivc One Of Th

Powerpoint Offers Important Lessons Ivc One Of Th

This week, we discussed different learning types and included strategies that allow students to maximize their learning of valuable information and skills.The PowerPoint offers important lessons that strengthen your leaning “muscles” for future challenges. Study the weekly material and answer the questions below.

  1. Write about the most challenging course you are taking this semester. If you are not taking a challenging course this semester, write about the most challenging course you have taken at any time in your education.
  2. Mention your preferred ways of learning including both VARK system and Thinking, Doing, Feeling, and Innovative learners.
  3. Identify your learning mindset (growth vs. fixed). Name three techniques to improve your mindset.
  4. Using what you just learned about how you prefer to learn, explain why the course may be difficult for you. consider the subject matter, the teaching methods of the instructor, and any other factors that may contribute to making this course difficult for someone with your preferred ways of learning.
  5. Write about the choices you can make that will help you learn this challenging subject more easily.

Choosing different ways of learning in a challenging course, you can both improve your learning experiences and also avoid excusing, blaming, and complaining as a Victim and apply the solution-oriented approach of a Creator.

Directions

  • Read the rubric! To view the grading rubric for this discussion, click the menu icon (upper right) and then click Show Rubric.
  • Post by Wednesday evening at 11:59 pm Pacific Time
  • Respond to at least 2 classmates by Saturday 11:59PM Pacific Time
  • All the replies should have academic contents and provide reasoning. Comments like “I agree with you” or “I like your post” do not get any points!
  • Be honest: As you write, tell yourself the absolute truth. Honesty leads to your most significant discoveries about yourself and your success.
  • Be creative: Add favorite quotation, sayings, and poem. Use color, drawing, clip art, and pictures.
  • Dive deep: When you think you have exhausted a topic, write more. Your most valuable thoughts will often take the longest to surface. So most of all- DIVE DEEP!
  • Use proper grammar and punctuation – not using text language