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  • 1. Heritage Institute Fort Myers In-Service Personality Theory and Education
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  • 4. Overview
    • Self-Report Instrument
    • Nonjudgmental Instrument
    • Preference Indicator
    • Well Researched Instrument
    • Based on Jung’s Theory
    • Built for the “normal” population
  • 5. Four Dimensions of Personality Type
    • How we interact with the world and where we direct our energy
    • The kind of information we naturally notice
    • How we make decisions
    • Whether we prefer to live in a more structured way or a more spontaneous way
  • 6. Extraversion Introversion Interest Orientation E I Outer world of actions, objects, and people Inner world of ideas and concepts
  • 7. Sensing iNtuition Perception S N Immediate reality and direct experience Inferred meanings and relationships
  • 8. Thinking Feeling Judgment T F Reliability of logical order – cause and effect Priorities based on personal importance and values
  • 9. Judgment Perception Environment Orientation J P Judging attitude – Control of events and systematic planning Spontaneity – Curious, awaiting events and adapting to them
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  • 12. ENTJ “ Everything’s Fine – I’m in Charge” ENFJ “ The Public Relations Specialist” ESFJ “ What Can I Do For You?” ESTJ “ Taking Care of Business” ENTP “ Life’s Entrepreneurs” ENFP “ Anything’s Possible” ESFP “ Don’t Worry, Be Happy” ESTP “ Let’s Get Busy!” INTP “ Ingenious Problem Solvers” INFP “ Still Waters Run Deep” ISFP “ It’s the Thought That Counts” ISTP “ Doing the Best I Can With What I’ve Got” INTJ “ Competence + Independence = Perfection” INFJ “ Catalyst for Positive Change” ISFJ “ On My Honor, to Do My Duty…” ISTJ “ Take Your Time and Do It Right”
  • 13. MBTI - 4 Temperaments Guardians (sj) Rationals (nt) Idealists (nf) Artisans (sp)
  • 14. Guardians (sj)
    • Administrators
      • Inspector (iStJ)
      • Supervisor (eStJ)
    • Conservators
      • Protector (iSfJ)
      • Provider (eSfJ)
  • 15. Guardians (sj)
    • CONCRETE communication
    • COOPERATIVE in achieving goals
    • Skilled in logistics
    • 40% - 45% of the population
    • Security seeking
    • Enculturating as parents, helpmates as spouses, conformity oriented as children
  • 16. Rationals (nt)
    • Engineers
      • Architect (iNTp)
      • Inventor (eNTp)
    • Coordinators
      • Mastermind (iNTj)
      • Fieldmarshal (eNTj)
  • 17. Rationals (nt)
    • ABSTRACT communication
    • Utilitarian in achieving goals
    • Strong in STRATEGIC ANALYSIS
    • 5% - 7% of the population
    • Knowledge seeking
    • Individualizing as parents, mindmates as spouses, learning oriented as children.
  • 18. Idealists (nf)
    • Advocates
      • Healer (iNFp)
      • Champion (eNFp)
    • Mentors
      • Counselor (iNFj)
      • Teacher (eNFj)
  • 19. Idealists (nf)
    • ABSTRACT communication
    • COOPERATIVE in achieving goals
    • Diplomatic Integration
    • 8% - 10% of the population
    • Encourage imagination & fantasy in their children,
    • spiritual intimacy with spouse, strive for consensus, and continual self renewal for themselves.
  • 20. Artisans (sp)
    • Entertainers
      • Composer (iSfP)
      • Performer (eSfP)
    • Operators
      • Crafter (iStP)
      • Promoter (eStP)
  • 21. Artisans (sp)
    • CONCRETE communication
    • UTILITARIAN in achieving goals
    • Skilled in tactical variation
    • 35% - 40% of the population
    • Sensation Seeking
    • They tend to be permissive as parents, playmates as spouses, and play oriented as children
  • 22. MBTI - 4 Temperaments Guardians (sj) Rationals (nt) Idealists (nf) Artisans (sp)
  • 23. Take The MBTI Assessment
    • What Personality Type Are You?
    • What Do You Agree With?
    • Disagree With?
    • Any Discoveries?
    • What Can This Mean For You As A Teacher?
  • 24. Questions
    • What do you want your peers to know about you that would help in group work or discussion?
    • What is a great strength that you have to offer your peers when working in group projects or in discussions?