I guess I’m supposed to state what I’m going to talk about in this paper. Including my transition to college, the different learning styles, and myself discovery, and career exploration.
My transition to college has been interesting to say the least. This is my third time here due to layoffs so it should be easy. But I’m a procrastinator always have been and probably always will be. I am also an active learner I like to apply what I have learned in my daily life. That’s one of the reasons I have a hard time in theory type classes. I am also a sensory learner I like facts and data type classes and am persistent about detail. As for my learning skills they are the same as they were in high school. I have had to keep reminding myself to take more time in preparing for different classes. I’m hoping to get away from procrastinating so much on things, and apply myself more at times. The self-discovery part of this class is what I don’t fully understand. What I mean is all of these self-motivators, values, interest based on the Holland code, and the Jung typology. All of this hasn’t shown me anything that I didn’t already know. I would hope that most people that attend college would already know how they learn and what values are the most important to them. And also know what career they would like to pursue. My career exploration there isn’t any. I know that I want a career in welding; I would think starting college without any direction would be wasteful not only of money but time to. This course has shown me to keep working like I have been because it is working one thing I have learned is I would like to get away from procrastinating to turn in my work because it is a bit of a hassle to wait.
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Transition to college