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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
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    The ideal student has no identity.
    Win.

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    ISxJ AKA Hermione Granger.



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    Research on hundreds of teachers shows...they want to teach students who share their preferences...

    School leaders who tend to be TJs...tend to like ESTJs.

    It also definitely depends on the school environment...which with kindergartens turning into factories with workbooks and testing, means the E's are going to be in the principal's office at younger and younger ages since developmentally sitting still really isn't going to help their learning...
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    estj
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    No way INTJs. They are not the friendliest and are definitely not the most polite. Especially when pointing out mistakes. And mind you they see YOUR mistakes. Imagine all the students laughing at you and consider you to be inferior to them. OUCH!!!!

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    ESTJs at my school where not really the most coscentious types, plus they often didn't care that much about extra reading/learning abstract stuff.
    ENTj 7-3-8 sx/sp

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    Quote Originally Posted by edcoaching View Post
    Research on hundreds of teachers shows...they want to teach students who share their preferences...

    School leaders who tend to be TJs...tend to like ESTJs.

    It also definitely depends on the school environment...which with kindergartens turning into factories with workbooks and testing, means the E's are going to be in the principal's office at younger and younger ages since developmentally sitting still really isn't going to help their learning...
    I wonder what the ideal teacher would be for each of us? Mine was actually someone who was atypical, who looked kinda prusdish, but was a fighter for a teacher. Looking at her you would've never guessed. She really had faith in her students, despite the low-income education. Her attitude rocked! I actually went back to my elementary school after all of these years to personally thank her, but she retired. Mrs. Stratton..


    It's the people who put themselves on the frontline everyday, who get paid so little, yet have so much passion that inspire me. I would imagine my ideal student being the same- those who keep on trying, despite their circumstances.

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    I personally would like an equal mix of each type as being ideal if it was my ideal school.

    Most schools, however, are not there to teach rather to indoctrinate (regardless if is conservative or liberal balderdash) and babysit.

    Principals and school administrators don't want the ideal they want...a culture of sheep/doormats/group think. So I would say most principals (as well as generals and wardens) would want primarily ISxJs.
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    depends on what is being taught.

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