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EXP 105 Week 1 Chapter One Quiz Latest Guide

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The mental operation of ___________ governs what we do, how we do it, and how quickly we do it.
What two characteristics will be most crucial to your success as a nontraditional student?

A mindful student
The most important key to success in college involves
The impact of digital technology has

According to the Let Me Learn system as presented in Figure 1.1, which of the following sequences is correct?
Education in the early twentieth century focused primarily on

The Let Me Learn system is based primarily on
The four learning patterns of the brain-mind interface
Roger Sperry’s right brain/left brain concept
Which association is correct?
Today learning

The ____________ translates stimuli into symbols/information that can be stored in the brain for later retrieval.

The Confluence learning pattern is associated with
In the Let Me Learn system, the brain is associated with

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When writer and artist Diana Randolph bucked her family background and decided to take the risk of attending college in another state, she was exhibiting this Learning Pattern:
Thinking based on information is most closely associated with Use First for the ____________ Pattern.
An individual’s Pattern combination
Your good friend prides himself on knowing a lot of information about a lot of things, and always wants to know even more. He is most closely associated with Use First of the ____________ Pattern.
Enjoying using tools and precise instruments is a key characteristic of the ____________ Pattern.
Someone who is a natural leader exhibits this Learning Pattern:
Someone who always keeps the big picture in mind and likes to explore lots of ideas, often simultaneously, is Use First for the ____________ Pattern.
Which of the following is most closely associated with the Precision Pattern?
If you skip reading directions for a task and frequently miss deadlines you likely Avoid this Pattern:
A person who is Use as Needed for all four Learning Patterns is a(n)
A person who wants to make the important decisions is a(n)
The Learning Connections Inventory
Someone who likes to fix things without talking or writing about what he is doing is most closely associated with Use First of the ____________ Pattern.
Someone who avoids the Sequence Pattern will typically
Frequent use of metaphors is a key characteristic of the ____________ Pattern.

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Commonly confused or misused words: Identify the word that best completes the sentence. It’s not uncommon for a student to _____ his patience when he’s denied access to the online classroom.
Commonly confused or misused words: Identify the word that best completes the sentence.

I know that ______ is a better way to go about this. If I just step back, maybe I can use my Technical Reasoning to work my way toward a solution.
Which of the following choices is a fragment (an incomplete sentence)?

Exhausted and struggling with an overloaded schedule. The mother of three complained that she’d surely be late with her assignment. Her husband silently read his newspaper, refusing to offer any help.
Commonly confused or misused words: Identify the word that best completes the sentence.

Sherry went to a job interview and performed very ______. I think she’s okay with not getting the job though because she realizes now that it wasn’t the best fit for her Learning Patterns.
Commonly confused or misused words: Identify the word that best completes the sentence.

When you consider ______ Learning Patterns and how they can help you complete tasks effectively and efficiently; you’ll be more likely to experience positive results and less stress with each task that you take on.
Which of the following choices is a fragment (an incomplete sentence)?

Ever since my sister hacked my facebook account. I’ve been very cautious. I never leave my laptop or cellphone on the kitchen counter anymore.
Commonly confused or misused words: Identify the word that best completes the sentence.

If I _____ you, I would dedicate two hours a day to my studies and I would always try to submit my work one day ahead of schedule. That way, I’d overcome the tendency to procrastinate.
Commonly confused or misused words: Identify the word that correctly completes the sentence.

My friend is thinking about enrolling at Ashford and asked for some ______. I told her that she needs to really think about her motivations for returning to school and pay special attention to her time management practices. She’s terrible with deadlines.
Commonly confused or misused words: Identify the word that best completes the sentence.

I didn’t know ______ I was going to go to college, but I when I got the call from the Ashford representative and heard about all of the resources available. I knew that Ashford was the choice for me.
Commonly confused or misused words: Identify the word that best completes the sentence.

In order to not lose points on discussion posts and written assignments, it’s important to use correct punctuation and grammar. This includes beginning every sentence with a ______ letter and of course, always capitalizing the pronoun “I”.

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EXP 105 Week 2 Learning Patterns in Action Latest Guide

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Darnell, who aspires to be a counselor, describes his Confluence

“I like to look at things a little differently than others do. I enjoy putting things into perspective and understanding different points of view, even if it doesn’t change mine. I know that I can be spontaneous when I talk to people and can get side tracked easily in my thoughts. I feel my brain is like radar, always scanning. I tend to blurt things out in conversation or completely change the subject. On the other hand; I am not a big risk taker, so to speak. I take risks only when the outcome outweighs the risk, but not every time. I operate best under a regiment, something that I can rely on being constant. I think that’s why working the same schedule over and over isn’t a big deal to me.”

Based on Darnell’’s description of how he uses his Confluence, at what level does he use this Pattern?

Frank, a retired plumber and father of four, described how one of his favorite hobbies helped support his family:

“I love picking up broken items that others have thrown away and fixing them. One of my favorite times of the year was called “Clean up Week” when people would throw away broken appliances and other large items to be taken to the local dump. I sometimes had up to six broken vacuum cleaners in my shop and it felt so good to take parts from each to create one working vacuum. I would spend hours in the shed puttering and felt so proud of myself when I managed to successfully fix something. My problem solving skills saved us money! I once found a TV with no picture and another with no sound. I set them on top of each other – problem solved!” 

Which Learning Pattern best fits Frank’s description above?Sharonda, a medical coder, says the following about her Learning Patterns:

“I need to see a purpose behind whatever I am doing, and I like to work by myself. I absolutely do not like writing things down even though I know it would probably be a tremendous help to take notes. I am the one to figure out how things work and I am probably sitting there hoping and praying you don’t ask to help because I want to do it all on my own.” 

Which Learning Pattern best fits Sharonda’s description above?Suzanne, preschool assistant, says the following about her Learning Patterns:

“I like getting results from what I’ve done, I like to answer questions and I tend to ask a lot of questions. I am the queen of asking a million questions if it’s something I’m trying to find out the answer to no matter the situation. Google is my best friend. In classroom type situations I just want to do the work and get it over with. Once my questions have been answered, I don’t want to have to wait on you to understand before moving on.” 

Which Learning Pattern best fits Suzanne’s description above?Betty a retired secretary, mother of five, grandmother of fifteen, and self-anointed “domestic goddess” describes her level of use in Confluence as the following: 

“My score in Confluence fell in the correct ‘level of use pile.’ Don’t get me wrong I am a go-getting, risk-taking dare devil, but I weigh the odds first. In my life journey I made too many mistakes not to consider the consequences of my actions. Therefore, I learned to organize, research, and contemplate all options before wasting my time on a fruitless venture. Energy takes time to build and time is money, so I can’t afford to waste any effort.”

Based on Betty’s description of how she uses her Confluence, at what level does she use this Pattern?Rebecca, a librarian, says the following:

“I love information! I read everything I can get my hands on because I just think information is amazing. I can’t get enough of it, so I became a librarian.” 

Which Learning Pattern best fits the description above?Rita, a single-mom of a 7 year old daughter has enrolled in the Business Administration Program with a minor in criminal justice. She chose this program because she is very organized and good with paper work and computers.

“I am a note taker, an information seeker, and a perfectionist. To be quite honest, I really enjoy being correct and I am always willing to debate but only after I research the topic at hand. You will often hear me say “Hold on, let me look that up” as I reach for my smartphone during a conversation with my friends. On a more serious note, I feel that details are what make things interesting and worth learning. I try to be as correct with my writing as possible by researching accurate information and conveying the information to the reader in a manner that clearly answers all questions before they can be asked.” 

This description matches Rita’s Use First score of which Learning Pattern:Debbie, a doctoral student, describes her use of the Technical Learning Pattern as follows:

“I don’t really care too much about fixing things. For instance, a computer runs and that’s all I care about. However, I do like tools and software which helps me be efficient and effective. I’m not really one to get excited about putting my hands on and take things apart. I will, though, if I need to. I’m pretty good with technology and will tinker around until I figure out how a program or new software works. I typically don’t read the directions until after I get stuck and once I start, I won’t stop until I conquer it!”

Based on Debbie’s description of how she uses her Technical Reasoning, what level does she use this Pattern?Tyrus is majoring in Child Development and volunteers as an after school tutor. He recently took the LCI and shared his results.

“As soon as I finished my LCI, I immediately jumped onto the internet to search for additional information about each Learning Pattern. I wanted to learn more about each Pattern, and more importantly, I wanted to learn more about the strengths and challenges that are presented with each Pattern. I think that understanding the “whys” of my Learning Patterns will help me become more of a team player at work, a better listener, more understanding with my family, and more open to suggested ideas and constructive criticism as a student.”

This description matches Tyrus’s Use First score of which Learning Pattern:Mark describes his use of Technical Reasoning as the following:

“When I was 8 years old, I took apart my brand new computer just to see the inside. My parents weren’t too happy about that! I thought it was fun to play with the components and learning how it all worked. As an adult, I challenged myself to build a computer with a limited budget and all used parts. Not only did it work, but I hooked it up to my TV screen and had a huge computer. It was so much fun!”

Based on Mark’s description of how he uses his Technical Reasoning, at what level does he use this Pattern?Amelia is a former Navy admiral and a Strong-Willed Learner with all Use First patterns. 

“My family and I decided to go camping one weekend. When we set up the grill, it wouldn’t light. We attempted several kindling and charcoal configurations resulting in the fire snuffing itself out. 

I am not easily swayed by machine or equipment flaws because I was a nuclear engineer for the Navy and I was going to grill my lunch one way or another. First, I went back to the car and found my multi-tool with a hammer attached to the pliers end and I got a screwdriver. ThenI used the tools to puncture little holes in the bottom of the grill. Finally, I lit a match and the fire had enough air and I could successfully cook our lunch.”

Which Learning Patterns did Amelia use with intention to successfully field-fit the situation?Tamika is currently enrolled in ENG 121. She describes her experience field-fitting for an assignment.

“I had a paper due in my ENG 121 course but “life happened” during the week and I had put it off until the day it was due. I began to panic. I had a lot of material to cover and my Use First in Precision wanted to cover every last detail. Realizing that I would miss the deadline if I relied solely on my Precision, I made a plan. First, I asked my husband for help with the kids and gave him a list of chores that need to be done before they went to bed. Then, I reviewed my reading material and began to write an outline of the most important information. I didn’t want to get lost in all the details and only wrote down the main points. After an hour, I told myself that I had enough information to start and got my paper typed out quickly and efficiently.”

Which Learning Patterns did Tamika use with intention to successfully field-fit the situation?Jack, a Strong-Willed Learner, describes a recent event that forced him to field-fit.

“A good friend of mine passed away recently, I was asked to play a song on my guitar at his services. My original plan was to play “Wish You Were Here” by Pink Floyd. After spending many hours practicing I still didn’t have enough confidence to play the guitar solo in the intro. I was afraid of failing and looking stupid in front of a lot of people.

I changed the plan by deciding to compose an original piece of music for the occasion. I took a chance and let my mind wander without boundaries. I was not afraid to fail because it was an original piece and if I didn’t play the song exactly as planned nobody would notice.”

Which Learning Pattern was used to field-fit and successfully carry out the original plan?Sylvia is seeking a degree in Business Administration to set herself up for vertical advancement in her current place of employment. 

“While working for the corporate office of a restaurant group, myself and a co-worker were asked to print off the new Employee Manuals and recipe books. We had always previously been able to handle all of these manuals in-house. No one anticipated how long it would take and we were about a quarter of the way into it before we realized we would not have everything ready by the deadline. The printers in the office could not handle the large output and the project would take much longer than anticipated. 

I had to research purchasing additional higher capacity printers and adding more people or just outsourcing the project to another company. After tallying up all the costs of additional labor, new equipment and materials, it was just not cost effective to continue handling this in-house anymore. I created well-organized and easy to read comparison charts for the executive team and they agreed that outsourcing the project was the best step.”

Which Learning Patterns were used to field-fit and successfully complete the original plan in this situation?Shawn is a retired military veteran who is now employed as a civilian contractor. Obtaining his degree in Organizational Management will enable him to be considered for future promotions. Shawn describes a situation he encountered below:

“I worked for a defense contractor responsible for providing computer training to military units. We were scheduled to conduct training on Monday, the day after the Super Bowl. At the training site, the video monitor used for PowerPoint presentations was too small for the expected audience. I brainstormed several ideas to make the training work. I thought about buying a projector but the approval process would take too long. I considered local video equipment rental but all units were rented out. So, I came up with an idea that was unconventional and could have even be considered a distraction to the event. I borrowed a second 42 inch monitor from the adjacent room that was not being currently used and set one monitor on the left side of the room and one monitor on the right side room. The training went exceptionally well.”

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When you look for new approaches to a problem that others haven’t considered, you are primarily using the
If you see the words “explain” or “examine” in a question, you know that you should think with the __________ Learning Pattern in determining the answer.

When you have developed a position and are defending it using clarity, accuracy, and the presentation of key supporting facts, you are primarily using the
One key way critical writing differs from critical reading is the following:

Applying critical thinking to your college studies requires
Critical writing
Which of the following phrases best captures the process of critical reading?

A test question that asks you to infer the answer from what is presented in a text passage is a(n) ________________ question.

Critical reading is important
If you see the words “imagine” or “propose” in a question, you know that you should think with the __________ Learning Pattern in determining the answer.
Good critical thinking skills

If you look at a list of important critical-thinking skills and see that you are deficient in one of them, you should
When you create a step-by-step pattern of logical thought to defend a position, you are primarily using the
When engaged in critical writing, you should
A writer who clutters her writing with too many details that detract from the overall message is relying too much on the __________ Learning Pattern.

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Select the sentence that is punctuated correctly.

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Select the pronoun that correctly completes the sentence. To fully understand the assignment requirements, Xavier and ____ have been discussing our ideas in the Ashford Café.

The indefinite pronouns both, few, many, and several are always plural in meaning.

Select the sentence that has correct grammar and does not have a pronoun-antecedent error.

The indefinite pronouns all, any, more, most, and some are always singular in meaning.

Select the sentence that has correct pronoun usage.
Select the sentence that has correct pronoun usage.
Select the sentence that has correct pronoun usage.
Select the sentence that has correct pronoun usage.
Select the answer that correctly completes the sentence. 

If you need a quick overview of the functions available in Microsoft Word, ask Miguel. _____ are whizzes when it comes to anything associated with Microsoft Office.
Select the pronoun that correctly completes the sentence.

Don’t include me in your excuse! _____ having to clarify things after you botched them up is enough trouble for me already!
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Which of the following qualities will likely help you most to become a better student?

When you “intensify” a Learning Pattern in an assignment, you
When decoding a task, remember that all terms and phrases go with the ____________ Learning Pattern.
If you saw the terms “arrange” and “organize” in one section of a word wall, you would know that that section was for this Learning Pattern:

You should think about what you will do in the future with similar assignments when you are
When you are in phase 6 of metacognition, you should be doing all of the following, except
The attend phase of metacognition is where you
In this phase of metacognition, you take the time to learn lessons that you will apply to future assignments
Your development as an intentional learner begins with
You will create your personal strategy card in the __________ phase of metacognition.
You will need to “forge” a Learning Pattern for which you are
Once you have completed a personal strategy card for an assignment, you should
In the Connect phase, you use FIT, which stands for
Your personal strategy card is based on

When decoding a task, what’s the first thing you should do?

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Classify the following list of animals into the categories carnivore or herbivore.

Invent a board game and then construct a prototype model. Include detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to play.

Concoct a list of celebrities you would like to have attend your birthday party.

There are positives and negatives of living in the suburbs versus the city. Compare and contrast the benefits of each and describe which one you prefer.
List the features of the Ford Fusion and the Chevrolet Malibu.

In alphabetical order, list the planets of the solar system.
Brainstorm ideas and carefully explain innovative solutions to end world hunger.
In 250 words, describe an unforgettable childhood memory.

Create an original children’s story using farm animals as the main characters.

Draft a blueprint of your dream home.
Assemble the coffee table using the illustrations provided.

Order and describe the events that led to the fall of the Roman Empire.

Build a working volcano using the materials provided.
Apply the concepts learned in this book to your personal learning experiences.

Guess the number of miles between Disney World and your home.

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Steve is new to using the computer for anything other than e-mail.  He’s not on Facebook, doesn’t surf the web in his spare time, and never read an ebook until EXP 105.  Steve keeps detailed notes as he’s reading.  He prefers to take notes in a spiral bound notebook rather than highlight or annotating in the ebook.  It’s Monday night and he’s just sitting down to type his first paper and it’s taking quite a while.  He’s not used to all this typing and his hands already hurt from the copious notes he’s taken.  As he flips through the pages and pages of notes, he cringes in pain, rolls out his wrists, and lets out a sigh.  He needs to continue writing his paper.  He has a good idea of what is being asked in the assignment – he double checked with the instructor just to be sure – and he’s already written an introduction with a solid thesis statement, but that’s where he’s stuck.  There’s so much he wants to include and he’s not really sure where to begin.  He has a lot of ideas written down in his notebook, but he’s having trouble choosing which ones to focus on because they are all important to him.  Steve’s Learning Patterns (S: 23 P: 32, TR: 13, C: 23)

Considering Steve’s Learning Patterns, which pattern is causing him to get lost in the large amount of information he wants to write?

Steve has finished his paper and is having difficulty figuring out how to submit it to Waypoint. Steve needs to:
On his next assignment, Steve disciplined himself to stay focused on the requirements for the task. He decoded the assignment and focused on the Learning Patterns needed to successfully complete the task. He took fewer, more focused notes, stuck to the main points, and was able to complete the assignment successfully in one-third the time. What did Steve likely do?

Julie is enrolled in PSY 202 and is attempting to complete her final paper. She reads the lengthy requirements and notices that the minimum length of the paper is 6 pages. A person of few words and reluctant to reach out to her instructor for help, Julie does not feel that she can write enough to meet the minimum requirements of the assignment and is getting discouraged. Julie’s learning patterns: (S24, P17, TR31, C20)

Considering Julie’s Learning Patterns, which pattern(s) cause her frustration with the amount of pages she has to write?

Julie is enrolled in PSY 202 and is attempting to complete her final paper. She reads the lengthy requirements and notices that the minimum length of the paper is 6 pages. A person of few words and reluctant to reach out to her instructor for help, Julie does not feel that she can write enough to meet the minimum requirements of the assignment and is getting discouraged. Julie’s learning patterns: (S24, P17, TR31, C20) 

Considering Julie’s Learning Patterns, which pattern(s) cause her frustration with the amount of pages she has to write?

Regarding Julie’s Avoidance of Precision, which option would you recommend to help her better FIT this pattern to the task.

Jeff is currently completing INF 103 and has to build a Microsoft Powerpoint presentation from scratch. This is his first time using Powerpoint and he has never been very comfortable learning new technology. He is afraid of making a mistake and is procrastinating on this assignment because he does not want to appear inept. Jeff begins to doubt his ability to successfully complete his classes online. Jeff’s learning patterns: (S20, P32, TR11, C18) 

Jeff has watched several videos and completed PowerPoint Tutorials but still feels lost in all of the information available and isn’t sure if he knows enough to comfortably start the task. Considering Jeff’s Learning Patterns, which pattern is causing him to feel overwhelmed and procrastinate?

Regarding Jeff’s Use First Precision and Use as Needed Confluence, which option would you recommend to help him better FIT these Patterns to the task.
Regarding Jeff’s Avoidance of Technical Reasoning, which option would you recommend to help him better FIT this pattern to the task.
Sheereen is enrolled in ENG 121 and has to brainstorm ideas for a creative writing activity. She reads the directions repeatedly but still isn’t sure what is expected of her because they are not organized well (in her opinion). She tries to generate ideas on a blank sheet of paper but is having a hard time getting started. She writes to her professor and asks to see a sample assignment and is waiting to hear back. She is beginning to get frustrated and wonders if she is creative enough to complete this assignment successfully and wonders why she can’t think of ideas quickly. Sheereen’s learning patterns: (S29, P21, TR21, C18) 

Considering Sheereen’s Learning Patterns, which pattern causes her frustration with the lack of clarity with the assignment directions?
Sheereen heard back from her instructor and was able to clarify the instructions. She also brainstormed some ideas with her Professor that gave her the push she needed. Which pattern did she use with intention to help her overcome her frustration?
Regarding Sheereen’s Use First Sequence, which option would you recommend to help her better FIT her Sequence to similar brainstorming tasks she may face in the future?

Cyndi is nearing the end of her program and is enrolled in her final Capstone course. She has received mostly B’s in her classes but has paid little attention to the feedback that she has been given. She is working on her final portfolio which requires her to reflect on all of the coursework she has taken over the past three years. She is confident that she can complete this portfolio project over a single weekend. She gathers her papers from her old courses and assembles them in an online notebook and submits to her professor. She is shocked when she receives an “F” on her portfolio because of a lack of critical reflection and failure to follow directions. Cyndi’s learning patterns: (S21, P33, TR31, C29)

Considering Cyndi’s Learning Patterns, what likely caused her to go off track on this final project?
Cyndi’s first reaction when receiving her grade is anger, and she immediately writes her professor to argue for a grade change. What characteristic about Cyndi’s Learning Patterns may contribute to this reaction?
How could Cyndi have better approached this particular project?