1.01 Interest – Activities, things, and ideas a person likes and... Attitude – One’s outlook on life; how one reacts to...

Interest – Activities, things, and ideas a person likes and enjoys
Attitude – One’s outlook on life; how one reacts to a situation
Values – Cherished ideas and beliefs that affect decisions a person makes
Habits – a behavior pattern regularly followed until it becomes normal
Interest Inventory – a periodic survey of a person’s interests
Self Assessment – the act of evaluating yourself
Relationships - a connection, association, or involvement.
Responsibility – A willingness to accept an obligation and be accountable or an action or
Achievement – attainment or accomplishment gained through your abilities
Compassion – To care deeply about other people and their well-being
Courage - the quality that enables a person to face challenges without fear
Personality Styles – a collection of traits that define a person
Learning Styles – the different ways people naturally think and learn
Personality Assessment – a test to discover your traits that define you
Learning Styles Inventory – an account of the ways people think and learn
Verbal/Linguistic – a person who likes to read, write, and tell stories; good at memorizing
names and dates
Logical/Mathematical – a person who likes to ask questions, do experiments, work with
numbers, explore patterns and relationships, and solve puzzles and problems
Bodily/Kinesthetic – a person who likes to touch and move around; good at hands-on
activities and crafts
Visual/Special – a person who likes to draw, build, design, and create things; good at
imagining, doing puzzles and mazes, and reading maps and charts
Musical/Rhythmic – a person who likes to sing, hum, play an instrument, and listen to
music; good at remembering melodies, noticing pitches and rhythms, and keeping time
Interpersonal – relationships between persons
Intrapersonal – relates to independent action
Naturalistic – interested in natural environments
Personal Skills – skills that relate to your personal abilities
Transferable Skills – a set of general skills used in school and in various types of jobs
Communication Skills – the ability to exchange information between sender and receiver
Learning Skills – the ability to acquire knowledge
Problem Solving Skills – the ability to think through and solve a problem
Technology Skills – the ability to make practical use of scientific tools to get things done
Decision Making Skills – the ability to take the series of steps used in identifying and
evaluating choices to arrive at a decision
Organizing and Planning Skills – the ability to track and plan materials
Team Work – the ability to work with a group of people to set goals and make decisions
Adaptability – the ability or willingness to change in order to suit different conditions