uncritical acceptance of external authority critical analysis of authority Establish one’s own internal authority
SELF-AUTHORSHIP The capacity to author, or invent, one’s own beliefs, values, sense of self, and relationships with others. Balancing external influences with “internally- generated” beliefs and goals. Intense reflection so individual can express “how I know” (Baxter Magolda 2009).
Answer this questions: A man lives on the 17 th floor of an apartment building. Every morning he takes the lift down to the ground. In the evening he goes into the lift and if it is raining he goes directly back to the 17 th floor. Otherwise he goes to the tenth floor and climbs up seven flights of stairs. Why?
A man walks into a bar and asks for water. The bartender pulls out a gun and points it at him. The man, says, “Thank you”, and walks out. Why?
A man drives down the highway at 70 mph. He passes three cars going 80 mph, then gets pulled over by a police officer and is given a ticket.
To alter, make different, move from one state to another. The state or quality of being creative. The ability to create or generate ideas. The act of introducing or implementing creative ideas to make it real. Thinking that seeks new ways of looking at a problem rather than proceeding by logical steps.
A large city in the US had a problem with thefts of light bulbs from its subway system. Thieves would unscrew the light bulbs, leading to cost and security issues. The engineer who was given this challenge could not alter the location of the light bulbs, and he had very little budget to work with. What is the solution?
After every meeting, write down THE MOST IMPORTANT thing that have learned and HOW IT EFFECTS YOUR LIFE & any questions you might have Email to firstname.lastname@example.org@gmail.com by the end of this week