200_2010_Learning_Styles_Time_Mgmt

200_2010_Learning_Styles_Time_Mgmt - Learning Styles Time...

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Learning Styles & Time Management Prof. Phil Wankat November 17, 2010
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5 Reasons Companies Hire in Tight Economic Times 1. High Grades (> 3.5) 2. Industrial experience – particularly if with that company as co-op or internship 3. Leadership (e.g., president of club, fraternity or sorority) 4. Worked way through college 5. Particular skill needed by company Of course, must graduate to be hired!
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Learning Style Inventory Well researched Reliable (take it again & will not be big changes) Valid (measures what it is supposed to) Scores near center mean can go either way OK to have one, perhaps two scores near center. More usually means person not found his/her
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Active Versus Reflective Learners Active Learners Retain & Understand information if do something active – discuss or explain. Want to try it first. Prefer group work. Lectures without Reflective Learners Retain & Understand information if think about it quietly first. Want to think it through. Prefer to work alone.
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Learners Sensing Learners Like facts Like well- established methods & algorithms to solve problems. Benefit from repetition. Want course to Intuitive Learners Like ideas, possibilities. Like new types of
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course CHE 200 taught by Professor Laceydavis during the Spring '09 term at Purdue.

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