The purpose of group learning and development is to ensure that all learning styles are catered for and the ultimate goal of sharing knowledge is achieved. When using a group to deliver something new each individual can call on a fellow participant to confirm understanding. 1.2 Explain why delivery of learning and development must reflect group dynamics When delivering to a group it is important to consider, what is the normal behaviour within the group? Who plays what role? there will be many different characters and the trainer must be aware of them so the learning can be adapted.
Learning to make a specific plan for my daily tasks and make a to-do list to make my day as productive as possible is something very helpful which was advised to me by the instructor of this lecture Mr. Irfan. What I mean by specific is that it is time-specific and nature-specific. In addition, I have always heard of the term SMART but I did not give it my attention because I thought it would be just like many other useless methods of time management. However, the way this lecture illustrated this term or method is very unique and has helped me in implementing this method in my daily life. For instance, a goal should be time-based, for years I used to set goals or tasks and never put a deadline or timeframe, so I keep procrastinating until I lose track of time and eventually finishing the task in as imperfect way or not finishing it at all.
I had in mind that you born with this ‘ability’. Either you have it or not. I didn’t know how important it is to know how to give a public speech. After this class I understood that knowing how to give a public speech is very important because all of us at some point of our lives will be in that position and we need to be prepared or at least know some basic things about giving a speech. With this course, I have learned that with practice, everything is possible.
In essence, teamwork can be defined as a group of people working in the same direction and for a common purpose. Teamwork requires individuals be a team player and to be able to work well with others; after all, there is no “I” in “Team”! As with any endeavour, we faced some initial setbacks. With this being our first college team assignment, we were all treading on unfamiliar territory. At our first few meetings, team building was key.
Nothing is known about the past aside from the fact that it has not happened, yet we spend our whole lives preparing for it. It is important that we prepare for our future as it will one day become both the present and past, serving as a test as to how we lived both our past and present. Initially, we prepare for the future by analyzing our past, extracting its flaws and creating solutions to correct them. Then, we transfer what we have learnt in our past into our present which allows for a smooth transition into our future as one is able to visualize and execute what it is they would like to see happen. I extracted my flaws, created a solution, transferred my newly gained understanding into my present which in turn, positively affected my
As for my leadership I hope to improve on what I have already. Being a leader on sports teams before I have learned a few things. One is that being a leader is never about yourself, it 's about getting everyone involved and listening to what others have to say. Also even though you are called a leader doesn 't mean you know everything, so if you’re ever stuck on a hard decision fine some help; never stop learning. I make sure I always remember these two things for my leadership.
The way I saw this was we had already done most of our project and come this far and wasn’t going to give up until we were ensured we got full credit for the project, so did a new one. This was merely because I thought to myself that if you settle for this grade I wouldn’t of done all in my power to change this, I would be giving up on something that my parents never did because I had shelter and food. TRANSLATION- Through it all I have learned to embrace anything that comes in my way and use it to my advantage to help me strive. III.CONCLUSION A.CONCLUDING REMARKS- As I get older I realize that being a kid coming from a low-income family can be hard to deal with, but you can take advantage of that and better yourself from it. B.RESTATE THESIS-In order to accomplish my goals it requires me not to give up and do all in my power to achieve it.
With the power of trusting in God and committing my life to him all my life plans soon changed. The change was such an amazing thing for me, and before I felt like change would never do anything, and I’d be the same person just trying to act like someone that I wasn’t or just keep going through the same old boring things that I never changed in life. I started trying to lead my youth group along with others, I was so afraid of failing or leading them down the wrong paths but after putting forth the effort it actually was working for us to come together more and I did feel like a leader for the kids who were younger than me, they started looking up to me. As a person trying to be a role model I went from being a kid, goofing around not taking church seriously, to now being someone that students younger than me will look up too. Through any up and every down this change has never felt so good, and I will never take for granted this
Little did I know that this carving for new adventures would remain with me. Just the thought of how much there that I have yet to absorb and understand leaves me breathless. After graduating, I felt like there is a huge world beyond me that I haven’t explored yet and a vast sea of knowledge that I still need to learn in order to make myself into a better architect and as well as an individual. As Delft is the home for the world’s diverse group of professional architects, historians, and professionals, it would serve as the global village in its own way. Summing up multiple experiences in one place.
I have no new ideas for assignments. I honestly cannot think of how the assignments or instruction can be revised to help students’ group design and facilitation improve because I know that you give us your best each time and it honestly depends on how each student perceives or takes in the information and your teaching style. You are a great professional and I know that you know exactly how to make each and every one of us grow. If adjustments need to be made, I think they will be made during the next course because you will have to see the strengths and weaknesses of the cohort are and take it from there. The next cohort maybe able to do more than us, less than us, the same, or who knows, we will have to wait and
Because every code does not require a modifier I 'm afraid I will have trouble determining which code needs a modifier and which ones do not. I plan on practicing when I get free time so that I can understand them better. There is so much to learn when enter this field I am definitely going to confine looking over my manuals everyday you can
Even though I haven’t been in the JROTC program long, I can already see improvements in myself. I had heard about JROTC and how it affected every student that went to the program, and it immediately got me interested. Before I started JROTC I was shy, unconfident, and undereducated about the history of the United States. My instructors strongly encourage and positively push me out of my comfort zone, mostly with public speaking. If you never leave your comfort zone, you’ll never change.
For those of you, dear future students, who still do not believe it, I am listing the following steps that helped me to succeed in this class. First and the most important advice I can give is to simply follow Professor Siciliano’s instructions. He is extremely clear with his expectations and the grading process, and you should wait a long time to receive a response e-mail from him. However, you should carefully read your syllabus since it has answers to most of
I realize now that it had been my fear of being alone in this that had kept me from joining programs like this. However, it was the complete opposite. I would meet my member and talk to her about her expectations of the class and casually go over the materials that was due. Then, when I met the other tutors during LA 111, I would share how I was feeling and even listen to others about how they feel throughout the program. It was definitely a new experience for me.
1 I will always try to involve students in the assessment process. “Involving students in the assessment process is a key way of helping them to manage and ‘take ownership’ of their learning, by thinking about what they have achieved and planning ahead.” (Educational Scotland). Students have to know what their strengths and weaknesses are, in order to undertake appropriate action to reach their goals. Explaining what is going to be covered during the course and what are the expectations to gain the qualification will help them to feel responsible for their own learning. On the first lesson I will involve them just by asking what they know about the subject.