Uses of Myers Briggs for schools and teachers

Posted on | September 29, 2009 | No Comments

Teachers deserve excellent approaches

Have you ever wondered whether there is a way of understanding the different personalities in a classroom? Why do some children chatter incessantly and others are more silent than monks? Why does one need to know how to do stuff and another keeps asking questions? Why when you put some in groups you are spending your time stopping major conflict while other teams function, well, like teams?

The Myers Briggs Temperament Indicator

 has a lot to say to teachers about these differences. These differences spring out of the way we prefer to learn, what motivates us and the type of teacher we prefer. It covers the whole spectrum of managing learning.  You can read People Types &Tiger Stripes by Gordon Lawrence (see http://www.amazon.co.uk/People-Types-Tiger-Stripes-Practical/dp/0935652167/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1262631633&sr=8-1 

or if your school or business would like an introductory talk-give us a bell.

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