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T3- Learning Preferences
Transcript of T3- Learning Preferences
learning preferences from MBTI perspective
how learning preferences affect a student's experience
how to respond to different learning preferences
Reading & Discussion
Read Chapter 8 (pp. 64-70)
Pay special attention to the chart on pg. 68
The "Walk Away"
There are many different types of learning preferences.
You will be most comfortable with your own type.
You may be challenged with types different than your own.
No one type is better than another type.
Please complete an evaluation!
What are your reactions to Dr. Jones & Dr. Smith?
Want to know more?
Take a short version of the MBTI at: www.humanmetrics.com (Jung)
Type Differences Activity
Use the chart on pg. 66 to estimate your MBTI type
Write down your type
Group Perceivers and Judgers
Brainstorm responses to:
What do you want the other type to know about you?
What baffles you about the other type?
Discuss & share
The tutor's role is to...
1. Understand your own strengths/preferences.
2. Welcome learning diversity.
3. Challenge yourself to think differently.
4. Get help when you need it.
A Brief History: Myers-Briggs Typology Inventory (MBTI)
Carl Jung wrote
in 1921, where he theorized that humans experience the world through four psychological functions: Sensing, Intuition, Feeling & Thinking. These functions determine how we experience our world.
Katherine Cook Briggs and Isabell Briggs Myers designed an inventory in 1944 using Jung's research in an effort to test women entering WWII and determine jobs of best fit.
Some argue that the Myers-Briggs has psychometric deficiencies, namely validity & reliability.
Type Differences Activity II
Write Down a Recent Tutoring Scenario...