During my experience with the path builder I organized and planed my time by taking two days to complete each subject giving myself enough time to take breaks in-between modules so I won’t get to overwhelmed. My impressions of the tools and the process were that the tools were very use full and helped a lot during the process of the learning path. I learned that my weaknesses are Whole numbers, decimals, linear equations and inequalities; absolute value, I also learned that my strengths are usage and style, the craft of writing, and research.
The learning path topics that I completed were Whole numbers, decimals, linear equations and inequalities; absolute value, reading fundamentals, reading introductory, reading intermediate, usage and style, the craft of writing, and research. If I had to complete the suggested Learning Path topics in the future No I do not think I am self-motivated at a level to complete the suggested Learning Path topics in the future because it was a lot to complete in so little time.
I believe that AIU resources a counselor and or a mentor can assist with self-motivation, I also believe that I will use College Algebra in my academic journey. In the work place of law enforcement you might use Measuring when measuring the weight of an illegal substance confiscated during a search and seizure. Or In determining the sequence of events that occurred at an accident scene, officers are called upon to take measurements and discern angles in order to compile the necessary evidence to reconstruct the event.
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