Flashcards in Life Calling Chapter 8 Deck (59):
3 learning styles
10 intellectual capacities
- Short term memory
- Long term memory
In following our life calling the way God has called us to, we have __________, resulting in _________
What is the hard part about a life calling?
A question to ask when you're in pursuit of your life calling is: is my __________ and _________ congruent with the ______________?
Capacity, style, profession I'm pursuing?
What are the 5 types of stimuli?
4 types of environmental stimuli
Sound, light, temperature, design
4 types of emotional stimuli
Motivation, persistence, responsibility, structure
3 types of sociological stimuli
Self, pair, or team, feedback from authority, variety vs. routine
4 types of physical stimuli
Perceptual, intake, time, mobility
3 types of psychological stimuli
Global/analytic, right/left hemisphere, impulsive/reflective
3 categories of intellectual disciplines
1) Those we use to discover knowledge
2) Those we use to process the knowledge into an understanding of truth
3) Those we use to apply the truth after we understand it
4 discovery disciplines
Curiosity, teachable spirit, persistence, humility
4 process disciplines
Integrity, critical thinking, patience, humility
4 application disciplines
Courage, systematic thinking, advancement, humility
What concept discussed in class does the discovery, process, application model directly relate to?
Identify, sharpen, apply
What was the example given for Daniel 1:17 insight?
Do you believe God is preparing you for an important future moment? (Talent and story is your testimony)
What was the example given for Proverbs 3:5-8 insight?
God-centered vs. I-centered model, filter your knowledge through Scripture and decide how to respond from there (love)
What is the importance/significance of humility in the discovery, process, application model?
Vertical model: too high-pride, too low-depression, we have to realize it's not all about us
Describe Howard Gardner's theory.
Multiple intelligences- intelligence isn't narrowly defined by how you perform in a specific area/ on a specific assessment (SAT/ACT scores)
3 things intellectual strengths are based on
1) We shouldn't try to understand things on our own
2) When we acknowledge the Lord in all our ways, He will make our paths straight
3) True intellectual strength is built upon a rightful estimate of God and the role He plays in our minds
2 things true intellectual strengths are affected by
Our learning style and our preferred learning atmosphere
“To these four young men God gave knowledge and understanding of all kinds of literature and learning. And Daniel could understand visions and dreams of all kinds."
“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction.”
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the Lord and shun evil. This will bring health to your body and nourishment to your bones.”
“Blessed are those who find wisdom, those who gain understanding, for she is more profitable than silver and yields better returns than gold."
The ability to read and write, remember, and think with words
The ability to recognize, manipulate, comprehend, remember and think with quantitative concepts and relationships
The ability to perceive, analyze, synthesize, remember and think with visual patterns
The ability to detect, analyze, synthesize and discriminate auditory stimuli, especially those related to speech
The ability to store and recall information within a few minutes
The ability to store information and to efficiently retrieve it later in the thinking process
The ability to form concepts and solve problems
The speed with which an individual can perform automatic cognitive tasks
The immediacy with which an individual can react to stimuli or a task
The amount of specific information acquired and retained by an individual
A strong desire to learn more about something
A willingness and eagerness to learn
A firm and steadfast, continual search for knowledge and truth
A modest view of one’s own importance pertaining to the possession of knowledge
The quality or condition of interpreting information collected with honesty
The mental process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating information to reach an answer or conclusion
The capability of calmly awaiting an outcome or result even in the face of obstacles or challenges
A modest view of one’s own importance pertaining to the possession of understanding
The quality of spirit that enables a person to face the unknown or new ideas without fear of implications or repercussions
The mental process of formulating concepts into an organized set of interrelated ideas or principles that can be applied to life
The application of an understanding of knowledge to improve on what was already known
A modest view of one’s own importance pertaining to thrusting one’s own understanding on others
Be able to distinguish differences between characteristics of learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.
Pages 93-94 in Chapter 8 Activities
The assets in our lives that give us the capacity to acquire, process, and understand information
to make use of as relevant and important to a situation or action
observing and learning about something for the first time in one’s experience
an area or range of personal distinctness characterized by specific qualities
ongoing process that is constantly making progress in a positive manner
perceive the meaning of something learned; grasp the idea of its significance; comprehend
capacity for learning, reasoning, understanding, and similar forms of mental activity
qualities or features that bring power, force, vigor, or sustenance
the power to discern and judge properly what is true or right or of moral value