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EXP 105: Week 3
Personal Learning Profile
Name: Betty Echols
Identify the type of learner you are in the box
Record your LCI scores in the boxes provided.
Record the Level of Use in the boxes provided
Use as Needed
(Avoid) Use as Needed
How I Use First, Use as Needed, or Avoid Sequence
I use Sequence first. I am a very organized person. I write things down daily. I do not have a to do list but I will make a list if I have many errands. I can change directions quickly if I am given specifics. I enjoy reading. I have my documents in a file cabinet for easy access.
How I Use First, Use as Needed, or Avoid Precision
I use Precision as needed. I ask questions that are pertinent. I find excessive talking a bit much. I am sociable but not overly talkative. I know how to read without drowning myself. I enjoy taking tests to test my knowledge. If I don’t know the answer, I will research for the correct answer.
How I Use First, Use as Needed, or Avoid Technical Reasoning
I use Technical Reasoning as needed. I can very easily work alone quietly. I do not choose working alone. I enjoy working with some tools. In my job machines were prevalent. I have many tools in the garage. I can quickly reason a situation without words.
E. How I Use First, Use as Needed, or Avoid Confluence
I originally thought the confluent pattern was not of benefit. I was wrong. I see using this pattern can cause creative thinking. It can also give your mind a rest from a stressful situation. I will use this pattern in the combination with the other patterns.