“Coming together is a beginning; Keeping together is progress; Working together is success.” Henry Ford. Teaming & Collaboration Requirement:. Part II: Teaming Experience. Teaming Experience Reflection Paper.
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“Coming together is a beginning; Keeping together is progress; Working together is success.”
Part II: Teaming Experience
Your scores indicate how much you rely on each of the 4 learning modes:
2. Reflective observation: where learning from watching and listening influence your learning.
3. Active conceptualization: where learning from thinking or analyzing problems in a systematic method influence your learning.
4. Active Experimentation: where learning by doing or being results driven influences your learning.
The four learning modes come together in two distinct continuums which help us to understand how we:
information when problem-solving.
Concrete (CE)– Abstract (AC)
Active (AE) – Reflective (RO)
* We bring together the four learning modes in a way that makes sense to us to help us fully understand the elements of a situation, problem-solve and to select the best plan for success.
* The importance, and time and focus, spent in each learning mode is determined by each individual
Concrete Experience (CE): Involve themselves fully, openly, and without bias in new experiences
Reflective Observation (RO): Reflect on and observe these experiences from many perspectives.
Abstract Conceptualization (AC):
Create concepts that integrate their observations into logically sound theories.
Active Experimentation (AC):
Use these theories to make decisions and solve problems.
The four learning modes come together in pairs to create four distinct learning styles.
Kolb LSI progress; Working together is success.”
Choose a model or goal
Compare it with reality
Execute a solution
Select a solution
Select a problem
Evaluate consequences of solutions
Consider alternative solutions
Where will you jump in?