Reflective Assessment

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I do agree with the outcomes of this assessment. My assessment shows that I am able to learn in any of these ways. This to me means that I am capable of adjusting to the way I am being taught no matter how I am being taught. However, while I am able to utilize all four styles of teaching I had the highest score in “Doing” and “Thinking”. This means that I tend to ask more “how” and “what” questions rather than anything else. I am more of a logical person and tend to like things to be clearly stated and written or even hands on. So I do think that this assessment is rather accurate.

I never really knew the term for how I learned. I would always just describe the way that I learn and comprehend things to people instead. So when ever asked
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This method is more of a hands on approach. Where you need to be able to see models and work with your hands to learn best what is happening and how it is working. It also tends to be an organized and step-by-step type of learning. I am always writing lists and making sure that I have everything that I need to accomplish what needs to be done actually done. The “Thinking” method of learning is my second best category and I think to stay in that category I will just continue to do as I have been. I will continue to analyze the entire situation and write my lists so that I can stay on track and focused on the topic at hand. As well as continuing to use my textbook, the library, and other logical resources to complete my studies and work. The one thing that I don’t agree with is that they say that people who learn by the “Thinking” method tend to like when their instructors give well informed lectures on the topic. Since I have a hard time staying focused on speeches this is a part of this style of learning that doesn’t fit me very well. To learn better in the “Feeling” category I would need to be more comfortable with abstract ideas and emotions more than facts and logic. Plus I would need to learn how to be friendlier with classmates so that we could continue the topics outside the classroom. That’s a little

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