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4 Mat and type

Discussion in 'The INFJ Typology' started by sookie, Jan 5, 2010.

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  1. sookie

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    http://www.edpsycinteractive.org/topics/instruct/4mat.html

    I dont know why the link is not turning blue. It goes to the page if you type in the address.

    I thought this was interesting. This is the first time that I have realized that this was related to the myers brigg.

    This is for classroom teachers to use when planning a lesson.

    Each child has a profile. You try to plan a lesson in order to meet the needs of each child.

    I thought this might be interesting for people to look at and think about themselves

    I am an NF and NF's tend to be in the 4th quadrant more.

    I am in the 4th quadrant. I am definetly one that loves to create and integrate what I learn.

    But when you do the assessment you have numbers in each quadrant. I remember i was in the 4th and third quadrant.

    I will keep looking for an assessment and plug it in.
     
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    Very nice indeed Sookie I can defenetly see myself belonging to the four quadrant as well, that's where I see my strongest qualities thus far, but an assestment will be nice as we all have qualities from everything no matter how small :)
     
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    I am looking but I suspect it is not available because they want you to purchase the materials.
     
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