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Last updated on 2/21/22

Adopt a stance favourable to learning

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Evaluated skills

  • Adopt a stance that encourages learning


Answer this quiz bearing in mind that some questions were clearly treated in the previous section, while others were not.

Why? That seems unfair!

To assess your posture, you must test your independence and your personal responsibility in the context of learning. 

Exceptionally, for this quiz, you are invited to cheat.

The keywords open the doors to understanding.

This exercise has two purposes for you:

  1. To encourage you to develop a deeper relationship with the words and terminology of learning;
  2. To encourage you to adopt a proactive approach to seeking information. Go and look for the missing information where it is to be found, when you need it. 

Finally, remember that the assessment is an integral part of the learning process. 

  • Question 1

    What skills could you acquire by following this course?

    • Adopt a stance that encourages learning

    • Conduct your learning in an autonomous way

    • Create your personalised learning plan

    • Apply accelerated learning techniques

    • Potentially, any other sort of skills

    • All of the above

  • Question 2

    What role does the certificate of achievement play in your learning?

    • The certificate is an end in itself. Following a course without gaining a certificate is a waste of time and effort.

    • A certificate of achievement allows certification of your level in a field and having your new knowledge appreciated in your network.

  • Question 3

    Among the following suggestions, which seem to you to be good reasons for learning how to learn?

    Careful, there are several correct answers.
    • To guarantee that you outstrip and crush the competition in your intended field

    • For your personal development

    • For your professional development and adaptation