College for Professional Studies
Master of Education
School of Education and Counseling
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
Students and educators have different learning styles based on personality type. Because many of the 16 types identified in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator may be present in any given classroom, it is important for educators be aware of their own personality type and related learning and teaching styles, and also be able to recognize their students' behaviors and learning preferences based on their knowledge of the MBTI and its dichotomous pairs of preferences. In this project, this researcher attempted to create a way to equip educators with information about the implications of individual personality types and learning styles in their classrooms so they can establish a learning environment better suited to all students.
Date of Award
© Holly Frank
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Frank, Holly, "The Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Learning in Secondary Classrooms" (2006). Regis University Student Publications. 273.