This month’s post features a United Nations sponsored website which let's you expand your vocabulary while you "earn" rice to feed the hungry. Do you like to learn? How about helping the less fortunate? Here is the website that can help you to do both. http://www.freerice.com FreeRice, a website run by the United Nations World … Continue reading Free Learning Resource that Helps You Make a Difference
The following article is the second part of a two-part series on Teaching to Personality Type. Read Part 1 to review some popular learning styles for different MBTI® personality types. Here’s what I reaffirmed when I put my insight to use in the classroom…. Different people like to learn in different ways. One of the … Continue reading Teaching to Personality Type (Part 2)
The inspiration for this month’s post comes from teaching at a local community college. How would you go about hooking up your new universal remote control? Would you read the instruction manual, ask someone to explain how it works, or learn through trial and error? What would you like to know about your new gadget … Continue reading Teaching to Personality Type (Part 1)
This month’s article has been inspired by an e-mail I received from one of my readers. In light of Toronto’s multicultural environment, does the MBTI® produce useful results in diverse work groups? In other words, has the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) been tested for cultural bias in addition to measures of reliability and validity? Changing … Continue reading Can You Use The MBTI® With Multi-Cultural Teams?
DISC. True Colours. Personality Dimensions. MBTI. These are just some of the many self-assessment tools available on the market. It’s no wonder that there’s a lot of confusion about the best choice. So how do you choose? A sound approach is to begin with the end in mind. What results do you want to achieve … Continue reading Choosing An Assessment Tool: Which One To Use?