The purpose of this Journal exercise is to identify your learning style and discuss how you will time manage and confront the barriers to learning that you will experience as an NP student.
Where have you been and where do you want to go?
Career Map and Learning to Learn Exercise.
Please answer these 10 questions.
Question 1: Where have I been?
List the work areas in which you have experience.
Question 2: How did I get there?
List the path that brought you to this point in your career.
Question 3: What do I most like to do?
List the parts of your job or other professional activities you like the most.
Question 4: What do I like to do least?
Question 5: Which roles would my favorite activities use?
Think about the different roles of professional nurses. Which ones use your favorite activities?
Question 6: Which roles require you to do your least favorite activities? Think about the different roles of nurses. Which ones use your least favorite activities?
Question 7: What education or other preparation would my favorite activities require?
Question 8: Would I really like doing those favorite activities full time?
Question 9: What is your learning style and what worked for you in the past to be successful? How did you enjoy learning in the past? How did you best communicate what you learned?
Through a written test, a term paper, an interview, performance, demonstration/presentation, etc. Why do you think that is? How would I rate my success on a scale of 1–10?
What change could have improved this score?
Question 10: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Before finalizing your work, you should:
- be sure to read the Assignment description carefully (as displayed above);
- 300 Words
- Thoughts Identifications of the importance of the subject matter to the individual, clinical and the profession. Supports this thoughts professional experience and evidence based information.
- Provide well written reflection that is clear connected to the outcomes and clinical insight is evident in the writing.
- consult the Grading Rubric (under the Course Resources) to make sure you have included everything necessary; and
- Utilize spelling and grammar check to minimize errors.