Starting a new beginning can be a very challenging journey and learning how to properly deal with a new goal or achievement is the most important factor. Learning how to evaluate yourself and planning correctly is the biggest aspect of building a strategy for college prep. This essay defines my learner’s style and how using this style will develop me into a great college student pursing a degree to become a dietician. Reasons for pursing my degree, are to become financially secure, the need to help myself, and others to live, eat, and be healthy on all levels. Acquiring a degree opens up so many opportunities that helps people to grow. I am at the point that I would like to grow and change my career to something I truly love and willing to give a huge effort to pursue this challenge. Dealing with dieting, weight loss, and living healthy has given me even more motivation to gain this degree as a dietician. My learner’s styles according to Felder, are based on me being a well-balanced active, moderate sensing, moderate visual, and moderate sequential (Felder & Soloman, n.d.). The second assessment from The Center for New Discoveries, revealed 43% Visual learner style, 43% Auditory learner style, and 14% Kinesthetic leaner style. Both assessments, leans heavily upon visual learning for me, meaning I prefer graphs, charts, pictures, or diagrams to explain concepts and theories. I tend to remember what is said based upon the analogy of the visual been shown and explained. This has worked well for me for as long as I can remember, when it comes to learning. Agree with both inventory assessments.
Felder, R. M., & Soloman, B. A. (n.d.). Index of learning styles. Retrieved from http://www.engr.ncsu.edu/learningstyles/ilsweb.html The Center for New Discoveries in Learning. (2012). Learning styles inventory. Retrieved from http://www.howtolearn.com/learning-styles-quiz
References: Felder, R. M., & Soloman, B. A. (n.d.). Index of learning styles. Retrieved from http://www.engr.ncsu.edu/learningstyles/ilsweb.html
The Center for New Discoveries in Learning. (2012). Learning styles inventory. Retrieved from http://www.howtolearn.com/learning-styles-quiz
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