Monthly Archives: September 2011

my learning stiles

I found out today that I am a more hands on person when I learn, I have a good naturalistic knowledge and an exellent music knowledge. I love to do more practical stuff when I learn and I prefer to … Continue reading

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My Learning Style

Visual type-35% Auditory type- 30% Kinesthetic type- 34% I don’t know where the last 1% is. This shows I learn best when watching, by this I mean if I need help to learn something, I’ll ask someone and, if they … Continue reading

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hOw to learn?, HoW to learn?

As shown above I am mostly a kinesthetic type of  learner, which means I      remember what was done, but have difficulty recalling what was said or seen, if I am bored I will move around, I can’t sit still for … Continue reading

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What I’ve learnt about my learning styles

With my learning styles, I tend to benefit from illustrations, like to be away from distractions, prefer to take some notes. I also like to try things by myself to see if I can work them out,  If I can’t … Continue reading

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my learning experience

my learning experience about itec. at the start i didnt know very much about the course but from then to now i know alot more what the corse requires.The qualifictaions i wll be doing is ITQ which is useing the … Continue reading

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End of my course

I must say how  quick these 13 weeks have gone by, they have flown. My first week was very overwhelming for me and I felt very uneasy being here, because I didn’t really understand what was required of me. Then … Continue reading

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MY Learning

When I first started the course I was only expecting to start an I.T course, but since starting I’ve found out that  I’ll  be doing 3 courses which came as a surprise to me. (SHOCK!) The qualifications I will be … Continue reading

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