Putting E–I and S–N together to support student success, Part 3

Posted 06 June 2016 by
Global Marketing

By Catherine Rains 

Again, since students have already heard from other students with their opposite preferences about what faculty members with those preferences want from them, they find it fairly easy to identify success strategies in such a classroom. Let’s explore how students who prefer Introversion and Sensing (IS) can thrive in a classroom taught by faculty members with their opposite preferences, Extraversion and Intuition (EN). The following are some of the suggestions I have heard from students, faculty, and counselors over the years.

What other suggestions do you have that could help a student be successful in this type of classroom? Please add your comments below.