Season 3: Personality Matters
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Isn’t homeschooling a sure way to drive an extrovert mom out of her mind?
It depends on the homeschool and on the mom.
As an extrovert homeschool mom you can set up your schedule and methods to take advantage of your strengths and fully come alive in your role.
Read the original post: 5 Tips for an Extrovert Homeschool Mom
Although teaching is extroverting, learning is introverting. It is an internal process of making connections, seeing relations, and filing away information. It is something that happens internally, in each person’s mind.
So while introverts might have a natural advantage in that their dominant process is internal, even extroverts have an introvert function they can call into action to make learning happen “in the zone” for their type.
- a Ti will prefer to keep records, to work out information into logical relations by analysis and theory. He will prefer to reason things out than actually do things.
- an Fi will prefer to connect concepts and information to an internal standard of values or priorities, doing gut-checks about how he feels about what he’s experiencing.
- an Ni will prefer to see the interconnectedness of motivations, ideals, world views, and how everything relates back to their central priorities. He will wants to have goals and problem-solve to reach them.
- an Si will prefer to collect all the data, all the information, about his interests. He will learn by filing experiences as memories and relate the new to previous experience and knowledge naturally.
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