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Two Learning Styles

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I have updated my “short course” that comes with subscription, but I am so convinced that this material is helpful, that I want to make sure current subscribers hear about it.  My husband and I both have mental health degrees and many combined years of teaching and writing lessons.  We’ve both become convinced that while […]

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MBTI Curriculum Personalities: The Fatigue Edition

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Golly, I love flickr.  What is that picture?   It’s called “Annette in a net.” Ha! Anyway, she looks TIRED.  That’s what we’re going to talk about today. Tiredness. If you already “know” your MBTI letters, here’s the shortcut to your processes (front seats are bolded): NTP – Ne-Ti-Fe-Si NTJ – Te-Ni-Se-Fi NFJ – Fe-Ni-Se-Ti NFP […]

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MBTI Curriculum Personalities: Adaptation

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I’ve given you the meat of what you need to know why a particular curriculum “works” or not.  If it speaks to your front seat processes, you’re good.  If it doesn’t, now you have words for what needs to be different. So, let’s fool around with how you can (and can’t) fix something that “doesn’t […]

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MBTI Curriculum: Results Show

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If you missed the previous posts or only read the emailed versions (that I rewrote the next day) go HERE. Now you should have a pretty good idea of which two functions are in your front seats.  Just as a check, it should be one info-gatherer (S or N) and one decider (T or F). […]

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MBTI Curriculum Personalities: Part 2

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If you missed the last post, go HERE. There are four mental processes groupings.  2 are for info gathering (Ni/Se, Ne/Si) and 2 are for decisions (Ti/Fe, Te/Fi). Everyone has all four pairs, but only two pairs are at all useful to you. And only one from each of your two pairs is a “front […]

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MBTI Curriculum Personalities: Part 1

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We’re going to come at this from a different angle than most sites. Rather than starting with Introvert/Extrovert, let’s take this from a processing angle.  So much of the “this doesn’t work for my family” boils down to processing differences, not whether you like crowds or not. There are four mental processes groupings.  2 are […]

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