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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    How much enforced time in each other's presence is required to establish this realization? Learning the social skills you describe is fine, but shouldn't negatively impact learning everything else we are supposed to learn in school.
    Education is holistic, is it not?
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    It is not, when its focus is expertise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danseen View Post
    Education is holistic, is it not?
    Not as a rule, and certainly not as conducted in most schools in the U.S.

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    It sounds like a good idea on the surface, but schools teach how to act and associate with all sorts of people; if you removed the types from one another, they would never learn to work with one another in the real world and would therefore suffer.

    From a purely ACADEMIC standpoint, one could probably design classes that would better fit students of the different types. So perhaps it would be a better learning environment.

    From an economic standpoint, think of all of the teachers that would need to be hired, books to be bought, etc. Take you average school maintenance costs, multiply them by like, 5.

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    I do not want to be stuck in a room full of INTJ's. That would just be a massive pile of suckage.
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    Depends on what you deem ethical.

    Advantageous? Perhaps so,but only if there happens to be a secure correlation between MBTI type and learning style.

    Although emotionally speaking,it might be more comfortable for students to deal with people similar to themselves on a day to day basis,it would only inhibit them in the long run by not teaching them how to deal with/cooperate with those who greatly differ from themselves,as they are bound to run into a vast array of individuals in the work world since the "real world",so to speak,is not sorted by MBTI type.

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    If we divide by temperaments, who will correct a feeler's logic?
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    Think of yin/yang.

    Human beings are not entirely self-sufficient. We need to co-exist with some other opposite.
    Two things fill me with wonder —
    the starry heavens above me and
    the moral law within me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krypton1te View Post
    If we divide by temperaments, who will correct a feeler's logic?
    Whoever has enough F skills to persuade the feeler to accept the correction.
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    No. For one thing, accurately typing children is a dicey proposition. We tend to avoid that with our children.

    Rather than segregating by type, I think there should be education on the MB types so that it can be part of the socialization and maturation process. Of course, kooky me, I also think Logic should be a mandatory part of elementary/secondary/university education and if the student can't demonstrate proficiency at logic, they don't advance until they do. What a nut I am.

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