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Me & Math: Reflecting On My Critical Thinking & Learning

The Intellectual Virtue I Chose:
Intellectual Perseverence - working to understand problems/concepts, even when they're tough.
How I have worked to develop my critical thinking through this virtue: Intellectual perserverence.

The activity, lesson and/or experience that shows my critical thinking and Intellectual Perseverence in math was open responses because..... open responses are hard to figure it out and you have to think alot about the problem even though its very hard. I kept trying and I started to understand open responses better because of my perseverence.
Albert Einstien
Albert Einstien
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This matters, or is important to me because... it makes me feel good that I have answered a question that I thuoght I couldnt do, but did. Because if I didnt keep working on the problem I wouldnt get it right.
http://www.k12.hi.us/~mkunimit/perseverance.htm- PERSERVERENCE.
http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/keywords/perseverance.html- QUOTES!

will use, or apply this to strengthen myself as a learner and think more critically in other areas by... not being afraid to persevere even though something is hard and looks like I cant figure it out I will try until I can do it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nifq3Ke2Q30- you tube video (Olympic Runner).

    • Intellectual Perseverence - working to understand problems/concepts, even when they're tough