The academic learning is a defining factor in the study procedure. There are many benefits for studies. One can create educational goals for himself. Several people have their different learning style, and they can learn specific techniques. Correct learning style can help someone to find most appropriate career pathway. Academic integrity is more than necessary for making the right choice regarding career goal setting. It is the moral code or ethical policy of academics. This includes values like avoiding unfair means like plagiarism or cheating. Honesty and rigor in studies are essential for academic research. Everyone should refrain from any act of dishonesty performed to maintain his or her name clean (Wohlwill, 2013).
Rights, relationships, and responsibilities are some of the ingredients for core values in academics. Rationality and quality are the two factors, which are invaluable for fairness and justice in the community. Autonomy and quality are those core values, which value equally for me. In order to achieve the best result, I see protecting human rights and function of the community working together are the ways to follow. I believe every situation is unique in their way, so we need to counter each problem correctly to find the correct solution. The best option to combat any problem is consistency and flexible approach. I have set an educational goal to be one of the best students in my university. To do so, I have to be proactive and honest in whatever I do. The rules and regulations need to be followed correctly to achieve something academically. Academics help to build knowledge and thought process. Temperance and justice are important in a sense to satisfy the moral duties (Soria et al., 2012).
The justice should be equal there for all in a state. I have to prefer truth to show consistency and loyalty in dealings with the members of the society. Society with proper temperament and fairness is necessary to keep the human right in place. There is a sense of satisfaction, which cannot be defined in helping the needy people. To achieve a correct result, one has to give equal importance to everyone. Education has helped me to understand my responsibility as a citizen. Every citizen has a role to play in building a good society. Ethics in society is needed to keep the values together. In an ethical society, the crimes are less. People are responsible, and they try to make the community clean. I assume that every person must value universal application of a fair system to achieve something. I have understood that every responsible person should take an initiative to make his or her society a better place to live. An ethical person is a man who fulfills his duties and shows respect to others (Stanovich, 2012).
My career goal is to get elementary education. Elementary education program will prepare me to teach students in future. Elementary education is the education that is primitive for everyone. This area of learning would provide me the expertise and confidence by which I can teach my future generations. It helps in building student’s intellectual, moral, social, emotional as well as cultural development. In these courses, upgraded technologies are used to understand the current requirements of the market. These techniques give cutting-edge technological acumen to the students. I shall also imbibe clinical understanding of the subject that I have chosen.
Critical thinking is a way to intervene the thought process. I have developed critical thinking skill to find out the inner meaning of anything. The critical thinking helps to erase out the biasness and gives thumbs up to fundamental belief. Once the purpose is identified, the work is reduced to half. Critical thinkers find the inner sight of any problem statement. When a problem is faced, I would try only to view the problem from my perspective and I should overlook the thinking of customers, co-workers, clients and what they might see it. I would consider the situation from only one viewpoint, it can lead products that unnecessary spending. Critical thinking is to bring those biases to light so that they do not obstruct my decisions. I should approach the problem from many different viewpoints. I should imagine myself they are as each of the stakeholders and consider how they might feel and act according to each option.
The ethical Lens inventory is a personal evaluation tool that has been designed to help the students to understand the values that influence their choice. It identifies how the students prioritize values when making ethical decisions. They can minimize unnecessary conflict and can make better ethical decisions. It would live with the values along with confidence and integrity.
In the process of decision, making it may be thought that the investor in the world would face incomplete information in utilizing the expected utility. A true model approach for returns is an unknown entity. It is assumed that the ambiguity is all about probability of future events. I can give the example of Ellburg. It was resolved by an array of unexpected utility models. These models are broadly designated the second order probability. These models follow random variables of returns. Most of the models do not offer empirical counterparts. In the recent works the ambiguity aversion is bestowed over mortality risk, which was nothing sort of ambiguity affection (Satnell & Stephen, 2013).
A moral person gives equal importance to those who do not enjoy any power, any backing. To be an ethical individual I need to be aware of the duties, I must follow to serve the ordinary people. The educational value has incorporated a great sense of analysis and reasoning in me. The academics have enhanced ethical thinking and made me a better person individually. Now I see every problem carefully and look for a solution through my rational thinking. I try to find the best solution for any problem. My goal is to provide fully informed decision and to meet the needs of the society without harming any general belief. I am now a responsible and ethical person who feel attached to every problem lie in the society. I try to be fair to every member of the community. I know what is needed to do to protect the community and I just try to do that. I have become a loyal person as I care about equality and giving space and respect to everyone. I have learned to live in the present, and I have become interdependent. I prefer to follow the motives rather than to be overconfident in anything. I believe in the continuous process because of all outcomes. I trust everybody in the process. There is a tendency to become autocratic in me; I try to do things myself. In the course of this, I sometimes get too much ethically concerned. I often impose my power on others, and others were thinking process. I impose my will on others for their sake (Musselin, 2013).
Excuse is something that can affect the confidence level of someone. The universal rules are there to be followed by everyone. If not, it is a particular case. I believe the group leaders rely on the individual performances of the group to achieve larger goals. Academics has helped me to become more judgmental in particular problems (Goh & Sandhu, 2013). Ambitious elitist is not a good option to grow as a person. Without self-knowledge, one can become rigid in approach. When others do not follow their guidelines, I become quick to place them in correct order. A severe elitist overlook abuses of leaders to gain power; the random persons are the one who claim to protect individual rights of those who cannot protect themselves. The practice of mindfulness and reflection of rejoicing is infectious. It can meet all of the obligations that are responsible for self-help. It is true that this type of people become isolated, and they feel guilty that they cannot guaranty justice. I always make sure that my heart and my head agree with what I do. I consider my duty above all the other things. I prefer my obligation to be fair and transparent. I have learned to find different universal rules at the time of making a decision. I live with my best of ideas with compassion and care for it (Collis & Hussey, 2013).
It can be concluded that academics and studies have enabled more viability in me. The decision-making process has been improved by the education. Reading educational journals and books help to increase knowledge as well as rational thinking power. The Experiences I have gathered has influenced positively for me. Critical thinking skills have been vital to analyzing critical situations and finding actual reason for the problem. Rational thinking process gives the advantage to come out with a proper solution.
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