Lifelong Learning and Writing - Coggle Diagram
Lifelong Learning and Writing
Develop a learning orientation for life
Discover their preferred way of learning
Employ critical learning
Avoid new learning experiences
Experience frustration on a daily basis
Use poor thinking skills
They either believe they got it or don´t
Ability or talent
Smart or unable
Intelligence = muscle: the more its worked on the stronger it gets
Develop a Growth Mindset
Your brain is a muscle
You will get smarter the more you work
Set learning goals
What goals do you wanna reach?
Helps us do better next time
Change course when needed
If something isn´t working the best for you do something to change that
Asks What? questions
enjoy pondering facts and theories
respect logical arguments
uncomfortable with arguments with emotion
Asks why? or who? questions
enjoy taking action
uncomfortable with arguments that come from abstract theories
ask why? or who? questions
enjoy personal connections
honor their emotions
prefer answers that are meaningful
uncomfortable with arguments that come from dispassionate theories
ask what if? or what else? questions
enjoy imagining new possibilities
honor personal imagination
are uncomfortable with arguments that come from cold facts
Wise Choice Process
looking at likely options
and choosing the best options
Questions about reasons
What reasons have been offered to support the conclusions?
Based on your experience, do these reasons make sense?
Are definitions of all key items clear?
Questions about evidence
is the source of evidence reliable?
is the evidence relevant?
is the evidence objective and unbiased?
Questions about conclusions
is the conclusion logical or is there errors
could a different conclusion be drawn from the same reasons and evidence?
any preparation done before hand
act of creating
raw materials to document
Revising and Editing
eliminate surface problems such as grammar
checking to see if you wrote what you want to say
create a positive affirmation
topic must truly intrest you
seek ideas and supporting details
group your notes
use an essay blueprint
add thesis statement
write a satisfying conclusion
edit thoroughly and carefully