Personality Styles Practice and Portfolio ZAP 101 - 104

This module is under re-development

Objectives

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Introduction

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History of Personality Types

The sixteen personality types which we use in our assessment are based on the well-known research of Carl Jung, Katharine C. Briggs, and Isabel Briggs Myers....................

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Jung did this...

Then Katharine Briggs developed the work of Jung further....

Then Isabel - asserted the importance of the auxiliary function...

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Recommended Learning Activities

We encourage students to watch and complete the worksheet for the following video – An Introduction to the Myer-Briggs test. Please note, the video incorrectly states that Isabel Briggs Myers is Katherine Brigg’s daughter in law – when in fact she is her daughter.....................

Myer-Briggs Video | 5:23 mins

Worksheet for the above Myer-Briggs Video

To learn more about your own personality we recommend that you undertake a test to determine your type. The following Myer-Briggs test enables you to explore your personality type, so please click on the link, complete the test and later reflect on the results in your e-portfolio. Alternatively, there are additional options with links to other tests that have been included so students may choose.

Myer Briggs Test

Alternative Myer Briggs Tests (Free):

On completing at least one of these tests (suggested above), students should be able to determine a typology and then do further research about what it means. For example see below:

Please remember to record your personality type in your e-portfolio and reflect on what it means for you and your learning journey (You can do this as part of your blog on your home page for example). For more information on how your personality style impacts or affects learning, you can watch the following video which may assist you in completing your reflection. The video provides useful information on how you might use your personality style to be more productive in your learning.

The following video is on Myers-Briggs and Productivity | 6:02 mins

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Let’s look at the personality types of learners and their effect on learning below.

Module Summary

This module provided information on personality types, as per the Myer Briggs typology, and encouraged students to engage in reflective practice...................................

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