My Learning Journey

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My Learning Journey

  1. 1. A part of me makes up my role relations from the following: • Role identity • Interpersonal relations • Identity commitment • Identity salienceForte, G. J. (Jan 31, 2012). Stryker’s Identity Theory. [Lecture notes]. ImmaculataUniversity, Immaculata, PA.
  2. 2. • I am a mother, a partner, a sister, a daughter, and an aunt• I am a friend, student, graduate, associa te and neighbor• I have a countless number of roles depending on who I interact with
  3. 3. • Creative • Always striving for the• Artistic best• Ambitious • Loyal to the deserving• Conscience • Find the logic• Organized • Ability to sort for an• Helpful resolution quickly• Fun • Steadfast in a crisis
  4. 4. • Bronfenbrenner claims that roles are enhanced through patterns and relationships between me and others• The behaviors that I exhibit in an interpersonal relationship are consistent with my role expectations• I have the ability to exercise these powers when necessary; and change roles to accommodate the situationForte, G. J. (Jan 31, 2012). Bronfenbrenner’s Roles [Lecture notes]. ImmaculataUniversity, Immaculata, PA.Forte, G. J. (Jan 31, 2012). Stryker’s Identity Theory. [Lecture notes]. ImmaculataUniversity, Immaculata, PA.
  5. 5. • Through Erikson’s Eight Stages of Development theory, I have realized different experiences throughout my life• From young adult through adulthood, many events have shaped who I am, and have affected my personality, perception and identity• I believe that sense of self is achieved at every stage as you continually learn from mistakes and achievementsForte, G. J. (Jan 24, 2012). Erikson’s Eight Stages of Development. [Lecturenotes]. Immaculata University, Immaculata, PA.
  6. 6. • By using autonomous thinking, I have developed values and purpose • From critical thinking, I act on my beliefs • My Frame of Reference (FoR) helps me to make decisions for the basis of my belief system • My Habits of Mind (HoM) also assists in decision-makingMezirow, J. (1998). On critical thinking. Adult Education Quarterly 48(3)
  7. 7. • Disorienting dilemmas during different stages of my life• Stop and assess the situation• Be fully aware of mistakes, as well as achievements• Challenging me to take a stand in my belief system• Being honest with myselfMerriam, S. B. (2004). The role of cognitive development in Mezirow’s transformational learningtheory. Adult Education Quarterly 55(1), 60-68.
  8. 8. • Much more informed – learned from mistakes, but not afraid to make them• Not settling for anything – always wanting to make things better• Reaching my goals and dreams – even exceeding them• Never satisfied by receiving “NO” for an answer• In the prime of my life, will keep reaching for the STARS! … and looking forward to the next 45 years!

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