Houle (1989), emphasizes that every professional has a need to be able to carry out their duties according to the highest possible standards of character and competence and one way to meet this is to engage in a lifelong study and to achieve its greatest potential, continuing education must fulfill the promise to its name and be truly be continuing and not casual, sporadic or opportunistic. This fact means essentially that it must be self-directed and each professional must be the ultimate monitor of his or her own learning, controlling the stable or shifting design of its continuity. Houle further argues that continuing education must be based not only on content oriented goals of keeping up with the new development; it must also be designed to facilitate changes in life patterns or career lines. Accordingly, Fryer (1997) states that learning at the workplace will need to accommodate the needs and interests of a variety of stakeholders, including employees, employers, customers, government and providers. It will contribute to competitiveness, skills enhancement, employability and capacity to deal with
Allows you to place other items at the top. • Capacity-some bread boxes can contain one or two types of bread. Depending on your family size and the available space in your kitchen, you know what your requirements are. • The type of lid-the container can have a roll-top design, metal with a ceramic lid, or a flip-down antique wood design, just to name a few. • Extras-the bread box can be the article you were looking for to give your kitchen a little extra.
Through work placement, I discovered my passion for social care practice while working with children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), although massively challenging but also satisfying. While in Green-hills College of continuous education we had a career day to encourage students who desire to further education to attain a degree. During this section, I had great insight into social care practice and triggered my motivation to seek
This will give me a head start to type some in depth paragraphs in my write up. By researching I will understand various cooking methods, textures, smell and flavors. #1 Traditional recipes. To find some traditional recipes, I can ask some of my family members by conducting a survey. N/A In order to stay on track throughout this project, I will have to find the most authentic recipes.
Through my lens I look at an individual as a person. Guided by my instincts and my desire to seek knowledge I walk a path of a hero. I will continue to put all my energy into breaking down barriers, uniting people together and hoping to find the good life. I was taught that your situations would never define you, but your decision will. My preferred lens describes me completely; I use my experience in life to make decision even those things that I know are unethical.
In addition, a focus on the on-going process to view a step-to-step in project processes.However, the rule of authority according to Fayol’s principles and Mary Parker Follett is not supposed to be messed with rather mutual counsels and evaluation of projects should be in one mind. This assure focus to ease the achievement of goals. In addition, each person or individual leading a project or part of a project should be given leadership in a part of interest to mentor others in handling projects. This will give continuity of a leadership and nurture of new leaders to lead projects just in case the present leaders will not available.References:Lester, D., & Parnell, J. (2006).
I was interested in this specialization because I felt that it will help me understand the complex nature of school organization as it plays a vital role in shaping one’s educational outcome and school as a whole influence the way in which our approaches to society are shaped based on the leadership and ideology the school follows. Sometimes these ideologies are so rigid that it requires good leadership that can help bring about the required transformation and change in the culture and practice of the schooling process which is not an individual act but a shared enterprise of the teachers, students and the community as a whole .I believe that leadership must encourage critical practices that
It requires the person to look critically at the current reality and clarifying what is important to them and what they need to do to achieve what they want. This generates what is referred to as creative tension and in personal mastery it requires individuals to learn how to identify and deal with the creative tension in their lives. Creative tension can only be resolved when reality moves towards the vision. It requires individuals to be proactive in their lives striving to learn and add value. For me becoming the best version of oneself and attaining a level of personal mastery is not only restricted to a single aspect of an individual’s life, i.e.
I had set a goal to examine relevant theories and envision how I would implement these in my own organization. Apart from this learning goal, I had also set numerous performance goals. Elliott and Dweck define these as goals “in which individuals seek to maintain positive judgments of their ability and avoid negative judgments by seeking to prove, validate, or document their ability and not discredit it.” (1988, p. 5). These goals are prioritized by the university, in the form of tests and assignments in which the student has to conform to certain requirements and criteria. Learning by failure is not
Reflecting on my experience in Benin, recognizing that my youth service would take me away from home, I recognize it as a great opportunity to impact the community assigned to serve in the Eastern part of Nigeria where I have never been before. My youth service experience dramatically changed my life. Serving in Ebonyi state taught me the true meaning of service, and I grew in confidence and became more independent. Participated in several community development projects, organized schools outreach and with a team of ten established a weekly children study group in three communities. Working as a mentor with Public Art Africa,mentoring and teach young people through critical pedagogy.