Introversion in the Classroom How personality type impacts learning

Introverts and Extroverts vary in many ways. Much like the tranquility of snow contrasts the noise of a city.

Introverts tend to enjoy quiet activities usually alone.

Extroverts tend to enjoy large groups of people and group activities.

Introverts tend to study and work alone.

Extroverts enjoy collaborative learning.

Introverts thrive with a traditional teaching style.

Whereas, extroverts thrive with more group and presentation based work.

In group work, introverts tend to become silent and allow extroverts to take lead. This can severely handicap introverts learning.

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