EXP 105: Week 2 Personal Learning Profile Name: Ramon Arthurs A. LCI Results Pattern Combination Identify the type of learner you are in the box Im a...
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EXP 105: Week 2 Personal Learning Profile Name: Ramon Arthurs A. LCI Results Pattern Combination Identify the type of learner you are in the box Im a strong willed learner Sequence Precision Technical Reasoning Confluence Record your LCI scores in the boxes provided. 27 27 26 23 Record the Level of Use in the boxes provided Use first Use first Use first avoid B. How I Use First, Use as Needed, or Avoid Sequence (Write a paragraph of four to five sentences describing the degree to which you use this Pattern.) Without sequence I feel like my life would be in shambles. I love to cook, and sequence makes me feel at one with all of my recipes in the kitchen. Majority of the time when I set out to cook I have my recipe, ingredients, pots, and pans set up in the order that I am going to use them. Overall it just helps me to put things in order not only in the kitchen, but mentally. I only like to cook with a clear head, and sequence definitely helps me put things into perspective. I am sure I'm not the only one who likes things to be in their place. C. How I Use First, Use as Needed, or Avoid Precision (Write a paragraph of four to five sentences describing the degree to which you use this Pattern.) Now precision is tough in my opinion. In the back of my mind I know I really don’t have control over when it comes into play. It seems to just fit me for some reason. I just know that most of the time when I'm cooking sequence and precision are my best friends. When I'm following a recipe that I have never done, I know for a fact that I will not be comfortable with the outcome unless I have seen pictures, read articles, seen reviews, and have a book understanding of the recipe. It just makes me feel more comfortable in my own abilities when I know what I'm doing. A lot of times when cooking I like to watch a youtube video of someone else making whatever it is I am about to attempt. I find it very annoying when they decide to just jump right into the recipe without doing any type of research. D. How I Use First, Use as Needed, or Avoid Technical Reasoning (Write a paragraph of four to five sentences describing the degree to which you use this Pattern.) Modifed 9/3/14
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Technically speaking (that’s a pun) I don’t mind asking for help, but I do tend to try to do things on my own. I like the spotlight when it comes to things that I cook. I prefer to cook for a lot of people when I do get in the kitchen, but annoyingly I have to make adjustments sometimes. Most of the time I will ask the people that I cook for short questions in what they thought of the food such as "How did you like it?" or "What did you think of it?". It makes me feel like a million bucks when people love what I have created. Now you won't catch me having a 30 minute conversation about a dish, but feedback is nice. In the middle of cooking I always have to remind myself "Don’t worry the recipe will turn out fine". Even if I don't fully understand how to use a kitchen tool or how to get something the correct consistency, I persist until I figure it out. E. How I Use First, Use as Needed, or Avoid Confluence (Write a paragraph of four to five sentences describing the degree to which you use this Pattern.) Confluence "AKA" something I stay far away from when cooking, is literally like a hangnail, a paper cut, or a mosquito bite. It's just the most annoying thing in the world to me. I really do stay as far away as possible from this. I avoid it with every fiber of my being. In my opinion it makes no sense for a person to even look for a recipe if they aren't going to follow it. I also find it very annoying when people use phrases like "A pinch of this", or "A dash of that". To me it's not extreme to call it a slap in the face to the person who created the recipe. I have no room in my kitchen for error or silly made up measurements. If you stay within the guidelines of what you are supposed to do how can you fail? That’s part of the reason why I love working alone, because I don’t have time to worry about someone messing things up. I would rather not make mistakes especially when it comes to cooking. I just feel like it’s a waste of time to "wing it" when there are clear instructions. I don’t knock anyone for having confluence as a use first, but for me I steer clear of it. Modifed 9/3/14
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