solving skill every day O t h e r
Week 8 You use your problem-solving skill every day, even when you don’t realize it. For example, maybe you need to be at work for an important meeting, but your child is sick. How do you make arrangements so you can get to your meeting?
Or imagine you’re trying to make pancakes on Sunday morning, and you have one egg when the recipe calls for two. How do you finish your mix?
Or maybe your rent is due tomorrow, but you’re short $150. What do you do?
- Share a problem you’ve recently encountered in your own life and outline the steps you took to solve it. What were the possible solutions? (For example, if you knew you were going to be short on rent, would you borrow the money or ask your landlord for an extension, and why?)
- Explain how you determined the best course of action for your situation. In the end, how did you ultimately solve the problem
Remember to answer by writing two paragraphs. Each paragraph should be 5-7 sentences with no grammatical errors (total 10-14 sentences
Week 10 Your agility skill is an essential part of being successful in our ever-changing world. Employers are looking for job candidates who are able to adapt to evolving technologies and practices and are willing to embrace those changes.
- Imagine you have just learned a new and more effective way to complete a task at home or work. Now, you must teach this technique to a friend or coworker, but that person is resistant to learning a new way of doing things.
- Explain how you would convince them to practice agility and embrace this new, more effective method.
Remember to answer by writing two paragraphs. Each paragraph should be 5-7 sentences with no grammatical errors (total 10-14 sentences).
- Of all the skills that you learned about in this course, which do you think will have the biggest impact on your current or future profession? Why?
- What advice would you share with a future student about this course?
Remember to answer by writing two paragraphs. Each paragraph should be 5-7 sentences with no grammatical errors (total 10-14 sentences)