Teaching and Learning

Although a teacher can be aware of the learning peculiarities of all 16 types, it's almost impossible to plan lessons with all of them in mind. In this issue, we present three easy ways to consider the needs of all the types in your lesson planning, with examples of actual lessons adapted to the different types. Also in this issue, stories on the Murphy Meisgier Type Indicator for Children, and a comedy show that teaches type to high school students.

"It's challenging to take traditional paper and pencil lessons, designed to be done alone, and adapt them for ES's-making them into hands on activities that allow for groups to work together and talk out loud."

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