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Unformatted text preview: learned a lot by watching my dad work on machinery, in fact almost everything I know about how machines work is from watching my dad work on them. This also applies to my skiing, when watching someone ski I compare to the way I ski and pick up on what they do better then me and try to mimic them. This shaped me into the skier I am today. Conversations are another way that I am able to learn something new about a subject. When part of an open conversation on a topic I dont know much about I sit back and just listen and soak up information, throwing ideas in when they pop into my head. This style of learning has the deepest impact on me when talking with my elders that have greater experience in a field than I do. Learning is an ongoing process, and my learning preferences will likely change as I grow older, but part of learning is also adapting to new styles of teaching....
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course BUSPSY 220 taught by Professor Green during the Spring '08 term at University of Chester.
- Spring '08