I do love Google! It is an awesome search engine to find information about anything and everything! The tricky bit I find, is refining my search results so that I’m not reading all the results for hours to find the ones that suits my needs.
I have started to develop a list of links that are appropriate to my assignment 2 context, PREP and learning area, English.
So far, I have:
I have come to realise that there are many resources available online from fellow educators and educational organisations. I reflected upon the abundance of lessons, unit plans and suggestions that are readily available for educators, and believe the reason for this is in relation to the types of people that become educators.
I am sure that we have all done personality tests such as the Humanmetrics Jung Typology. After you complete the test, you will be assigned your 4-letter type formula according to Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typology, along with the strengths of preferences and the description of your personality type. It will also reveal the careers and occupations most suitable for your personality type, and your preferred communictaion style.
There are many online personality test available online and this site recommends three to complete to obtaing a broad understanding of your personality, strengths and abilities.
I just took this test and my best career choices included social work, education and law. This is consistent with my previous test that I have taken in the past.
This is why I believe that there are many fellow educators across the world that are willing to help each other. We are in this industry to help others, not for the big dollars or the public recognition.
Why do you have a go at the Humanmetrics Jung Typology test as see how you score!