Learning Styles

Psychological Type is one of the most complete models that explain the different Learning Styles. The model describes the different ways in which people process information and takes their decisions, as well as their styles of interaction in the world.

Information on student’s psychological type holds implications far beyond school:

The goal of using this model in schools and universities is not to make a perfect world for each learner but to understand the variety of options available to help learners manage their styles and reach their objectives.

When teachers learn and apply type concepts, first, they realize how their own strengths and type influence what they see is the right way to teach and learn and then they are better able to accommodate the differences between individual students, offering the students options when:

Advantages for Schools:

Awareness of type may:

Source: The Chemistry of Personality – Elizabeth Murphy. Jane Kise – Differentiation through Personality Types; APTi Bulletin of Psychological Type Vol 32 n 3 APTI Bi Annual Conference Elizabeth Murphy – Dallas 2009 MMTIC Training Program