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2.7    Personal Type Descriptions
Implications for Teaching

IN Types    Introvert – Intuitive Combination 

Intuitive Introverts

INFJ   INFP 
INTJ  INTP

INFJ – Introvert, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging

PERSONAL TYPE Succeed by  perseverance, originality and desire to do whatever is needed or wanted. Put their best efforts into their work. Quietly forceful, conscientious, concerned for others. Respected for their firm principles. Likely to be honored and followed for their clear convictions as to how best to serve the common good.

FAMOUS INFJ’S: Martin Van BureN, James Earl "Jimmy" Carter, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Fred McMurray, Shirley Temple Black, Martin Luther King, Jr., Shirley McClain, Michael Landon, Tom Selleck, Billy Crystal, Nelson Mandela, Mel Gibson
 

IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING: May need to develop political appropriate and assertiveness skills to present their ideas. In addition, they may need to learn how to give constructive feedback to their learners in a timely manner.

INFP – Introvert, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving

PERSONAL TYPE Full of enthusiasms and loyalties, but seldom talk of these until they know you well. Care about learning, ideas, language, and independent projects of their own. Tend to undertake too much, then somehow get it done. Friendly, but often too absorbed in what they are  doing to be sociable. Little concerned with possessions or physical surroundings.

FAMOUS INFP’S: Carl Rogers, Dick Clark, Donna Reed, Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis, Neil Diamond, Tom Brokaw, James Taylor, Julia Roberts, John F. Kennedy, Jr.
 

IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING: May need to learn to work with reality rather than expecting the perfect response from their learners. They may need to develop more tough-mindedness and know when to say no. In addition, this teaching type may need to factor in facts and logic when designing their course including timelines and action plans.

INTJ – Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging

PERSONAL TYPE Usually have original minds and great drive for their own ideas and purposes. In fields that appeal to them, they have a fine power to organize a job and carry it through with or without help. Skeptical, critical, independent, determined, often stubborn. Must learn to yield less important points in order to win the most important.

FAMOUS INTJ’S: Dan Aykroyd, Susan B. Anthony, Raymond Burr, Chevy Chase, Phil Donahue, edwin Moses, Martina Navratilova, Pernell RoberTS, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rudy Giuliani, Donald Rumsfeld, General Colin Powell, Lance Armstrong, Richard Gere, Katie Couric

IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING: May need to solicit feedback and suggestions from the learners. They may need to learn how to appreciate their earners. In addition, they may need to focus more on the impact of their instructional design on the learner. Furthermore, they may need to learn when to give up an impractical idea.

INTP – Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving

PERSONAL TYPE Quiet, reserved, impersonal. Enjoy especially theoretical or scientific subjects. Logical to the point of hair-splitting. Usually interested mainly in ideas, with  little liking for parties or small talk. Tend to have sharply defined interests. Need careers where some strong interest can be used or useful.

FAMOUS INTP’S: James Madison, John Quincy Adams, John Tyler, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Gerald Ford,. G. Jung, William James, Albert Einstein, Henri Mancini, Bob Newhart, Tiger Woods
 

IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING: May need to focus on practical ideas and develop follow-through when designing courses. They may need to make efforts to state things more simply. They need to show appreciation of learners’ input. In addition, they may need to get to know more about other faculty and student perceptions about teaching and learning.

 

REFERENCE:

Myers-Briggs Types at a Glance: – from Kroeger & Thueses ( 1988) Type Talk

Dorothy Fuller, Rena Faye Norby, Kristi Pearce, Sharon Strand, Black Hills State, Spearfish, South Dakota 57799

Joe Butt at http://typelogic.com/  (for Famous Personalities) 

 

 

 

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