I'm having a difficult time with the final draft of my paper. The class is Humanities "Living and Learning in a
Technological World". I have already adjusted my original paper after review at the "Writing Center". The teacher made notes throughout and wants these specific things changed/added and I am not sure how to incorporate them. Is there a way to attach the paper to this? If not - here is the paragraph I'm having issues with.
During Week 3, I took the "SmarterMeasure" learning readiness assessments. These assessments have identified my strengths and weaknesses. For example, I have difficulty with procrastination, locus of control, and academic attributes. Recognizing my personal weaknesses will help me strengthen them. My learning style, on the other hand, was contradictory. The results show I am equal amounts both a social and solitary learner. The assessment also shows that I am a visual learner, which was emphasized in the Week 3 readings. Reading Sojourner Truth's speech in comparison to watching Cicely Tyson's performance of "Ain't I a woman?" was astonishing. Knowing my learning style will help me adapt my study and research habits to ensure future success.
The teacher said: "Tell me more about who you are as a learner now? What did you learn through the self assessments? Give more examples (and share evidence such as your actual scores) and explain how this information impacted you.
These are my "actual scores".
Scoring Life Factors, Individual Attributes, and Learning Styles.
The individual attributes section of the quiz measured "time management, procrastination, persistence, academic attributes, locus of control, and willingness to ask for help". Out of a score of 100 I scored 63% academic attributes, 81% help seeking 75% persistence 56% procrastination 100% time management and 56% locus of control.
Life factors time 60% place 80% reason 100% resources 75% skills 60%
Learning style is mainly social solitary and visual all at 9. Verbal 6 physical 3 aural 7 and logical 8.
Dig a bit deeper in your reflection of your learning assessments scores, and ask yourself if they taught you anything about... View the full answer