MBTI Types: Educating Various Types of Students

Knowing who we are is what gives us a sense of purpose. Career is one-way how this purpose is expressed and college is one way we prepare for a career. In order to succeed in college students have to be open to take in new information but their performance will also depend on their personal learning patterns.

According to Myers Briggs learning styles we all have inborn learning preferences. When students don’t understand the lesson teachers can help them to grasp the material in their own way using research-based framework that is suggested by MBTI test.

Now educators all around the world use the test as the basis for developing better educational strategies that help to satisfy individual learning needs of each student. According to the methodology, each letter stands for the particular trait:

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