Field-Fitting: Using Your Learning Patterns with Intention At times, we have all had to use our critical thinking skills to improvise. Perhaps the plan for doing something didnt work for some unforeseeable reason, and it was necessary to think on the spot. Maybe plans for a day-long outing fell through because of weather, timing, or some attraction being unexpectedly closed, so another outing had to be planned quickly. Maybe a machine did not work properly, and had to be fixed or replaced. Worksheet 2.2 asks you to recall a time when you and your family or friends had to field-fit. Complete worksheet 2.2 and use it as a guide for your reflection. For this discussion, you will write two paragraphs where you explain the situation and critically analyze how you used your combination of Learning Patterns to handle it successfully. Note: Do not attach Worksheet 2.2 to your discussion response. In one paragraph, describe a situation where you needed to think on the spot and field-fit. Address the following: What was the original plan or goal (what you intended to do)? Provide an explanation for why the original plan couldnt be executed. In another paragraph describe how you came to a solution by field-fitting. Address the following in your description: What change did you make in planning, in equipment, in the steps of a process, and so on, to reach your original goal? List your Learning Patterns and explain how you used each Learning Pattern to help you field fit your goal. If you didnt use a particular Pattern, explain why. For instance, I used (name the Pattern or Patterns) to . How else might you have field-fitted to reach your goal? Your initial post should contain a minimum of 350 words.