I’ve worked on multiple blog series on this page about personality typing and how to use it in the classroom. You can see them here:
Some may wonder why writing about these different personality types and why they can be beneficial in the classroom. The reason I’ve written about multiple types of personality testing is that I know some personality tests make more sense than others. One person may prefer to use Myers-Briggs while another prefers to study The Child Whisperer. But how can they help in the classroom?
It helps us have empathy for our students.
It gives us a little inside window into their brains and the decisions they are making.
It helps us learn more about ourselves as well.
It reminds us that we are all different with different goals, thoughts, and priorities.
It can motivate you to learn more about not only your students, but coworkers, family members, and more!
It paints a picture in our minds that we all have different personalities and each of them works together in different ways to create the world we live in.
There are so many benefits to learning more about different personality tests and using them in your classroom. What benefits have you found?