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    Systematic chaos Cenomite's Avatar
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    Default Your favorite teacher/professor's type

    My favorite of all time was my Calculus professor. He was (oddly enough) an ENTP for sure. I could follow his thought patterns and explanations amazingly, and he was really cool to joke around with (we waged friendly verbal warfare quite frequently).

    Another was a Computer Science professor who I'm fairly certain was INTx (probably INTP). He was one of the most experienced and interesting guys I've had for a teacher, and he really took an interest in you if you showed interest first. I came to his office one day to shoot the breeze about a certain CS topic, and he ended up letting me borrow a bunch of books on the topic that he had lying around, and then going to the graduate library with me to find more stuff. I've never had a professor who was that willing to help a student out. He was a funny guy, too.

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    My stats instructor- ENTP
    English Professor- INFJ
    Psychology Professors- both ENFJs
    Physiology, Sociology, Art History, another math instructor- ENFPs
    History- INTP
    Digital Design- INXP



    I related to them most.. Much props to teachers!

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    I strongly prefer profs who can control the class, give a proper/clear lecture and not allow stupid, talkative students to chat away and waste everyone's time.

    I don't like profs who try to be cool.

    I like 'em strict, for selfish reasons.
    "Only an irrational dumbass, would burn Jews." - Jaguar

    "please give concise answers in plain English" - request from Provoker

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    INTJ - English 10th and 12th grade
    ISTJ - Math 9th grade

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    hm... one of my english teachers looked like Marie Digby. whats that? enfj i guess.

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    Easily and without a doubt an ENTP. Makes class fun, exciting, really gets you thinking, and stirs things up a bit. Not like every other borring teacher you have, but uses jokes, stories, metaphors, that engage the class mentally and physically to promote the information.

    ENTP's make great teachers.
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    oh and in elementary school, there was a sweet super sensitive (in a child way) guy..."Mr. Tschombler" he was a little bit like jack lemon in "12 angry men". either SiFe or FiPe ...

    he sang songs with us, like "we shall overcome ... " or "blowin in the wind"

    but he was one of two teachers who were driven to tears by the bitch of the class (something like christina aguilera or maybe more like Lucy Lawless) ... so that probably disqualifies him as teacher.

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    ENTP-History.

    Called me "Herr Professor [german last name]" all the time, spoke it to me constantly despite me not knowing much, completely out of his mind. Would send students to get him Ginger Ale, then put sugar in it to get rid of the carbonation. Here is a real conversation we had:

    [Me] Err...Mr. [Last name], I have a strange request to ask of you.

    [Teacher] Sure Herr professor [last name], depends on how strange.

    [Me] Well I have an aunt and uncle who are teachers in Germany, and they wanted to look around a bit and see what American schools are like, was wondering if you wouldn't mind showing them around.

    [Teacher] Oh! Well sure, but that's not a strange request. Now if you wanted to take your girlfriend up to the roof and have wild sex during lunch, that would've been a strange request. But I still would have said yes.

    [Me] Uhh...thank you.

    Can't make it up.



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    INTJ female for english. I talk with her all the time, she rocks.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    INTJ Sociology Teacher
    INTJ History Teacher
    ENFJ English Teacher
    InfJ Calc Teacher
    eNTP Psych Teacher


    Ne > Ni > Ti > Fi > Te> Fe > Se > Si

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