Skill: the ability to use one's knowledge effectively and readily in execution or performance.
Talent: a special ability that allows someone to do something well
Self-knowledge: It is understanding of one’s own capabilities, character, feelings, or motivations.
Potentiality: a quality that can be developed to make someone or something better.
: it refers to individual
differences in characteristic patterns of thinking feeling and behaving.
Temperament: the usual attitude, mood, or behavior of a person.
Character: the way someone thinks, feels and behaves: someone's personality.
Interest: a quality that attracts your attention and makes you want to learn more about something or to beinvolved in something.
Aptitude: a natural ability to do something or to learn something.
Values: you learn and acquired them at home, school, family, friends and religion.
External factors: An identifiable element in the physical, cultural, demographic, economic, political, regulatory, or technological environment that affects the survival, operations, and growth of an organization
Multiple Intelligences *Musical,Bodily-Kinesthethic,Interpersonal,Verbal-Linguistic,Logical-Mathematical,Naturalistic,Interpersonal,Visual-Spatial.
is a large, social,
Economic, political, environmental or technological change that is slow to
Form. Once in place, megatrends influence a wide range of activities, processes
And perceptions, both in government and in society, possibly for decades. They
Are the underlying forces that drive trends.
To choose a career: The factors influencing
Adolescent career choice have been well documented in the literature. These
Factors can be divided into two categories:
·Factors in the external
Environment in which the adolescent exists. External factors are those over
Which the adolescent has no power or control and which cannot be changed.
·Factors internal to each
Individual decision-maker. Internal factors are unique to each decision-maker
And are rooted in individual personality.
Learning styles: The term “learning styles”
Speaks to the understanding that every student learns differently, refers to
The preferential way in which the student absorbs, processes, comprehends and