“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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Part II: Teaming Experience
Using the KOLB learning style inventory discuss your contributions to your team. Include discussion of the strengths and areas of weakness in regards to your preferred learning style. Discuss the roles you most like to fulfill while teaming and those that you would like to defer to other team members. Further discuss your insights into the learning styles of your team members, focusing on perceived strengths and weaknesses.
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.
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?