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    these are a number of teachers or otherwise school-related people that i've had or interacted with to some degree in the past three and half years. this is not intended to have any real purpose but rather something i threw together because i was bored, and it only reflects those teachers of whose types i'm more or less certain.

    some of the correlations are relatively what somebody might expect out of stereotypical MBTI-isms. some of them aren't.



    SLI physics
    ILI global history. he's now a government teacher; he was a new teacher who knew nothing about global.
    SEI required literature
    LII chemistry
    ESI economics
    LIE baseball
    SLE baseball
    ILE math - honors precalculus. the single best teacher i've ever had.
    SEI spanish literature
    ILI chemistry
    LSE global history
    ESE health
    IEE 20th century american literature. a large focus of the class was post-1980 popular literature.
    EII required literature
    SEI baseball
    ESI choral music
    LSE american history
    ESI physical education
    IEI existentialist philosophy
    SLI spanish language
    LSE technology - a bullshit class. he was blind so the typing probably means nothing.
    LII/ILE math - MQ6 honors
    LSI drafting (technical drawing)
    LSI biology
    ESE american government
    SEI math - calculus
    SEE spanish language
    LIE math - MQ5 (standard specialized-level intermediate algebra).
    ILI orchestral music
    ESI global history
    SEE baseball
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    My fiction teacher this semester is a very likely IEE. As for philosophy, I've had a few LIIs, though I once had an LIE whose class was a blast. I'm not sure what my Chinese Thought professor was but my guess is ILE.
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    It seems like the overwhelming majority of college profs are intuitive. I've only had one sensor so far (the ESTp whose syllabus I posted), and he's not even really a professor.

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    College...

    LIE - Business I
    ESI - Business II
    LIE - Economics I
    IEE - Economics II
    ILI - Economics III
    ILI - Economics IV
    ILI - Game Theory
    LIE - Econometrics I
    SEE - Econometrics II
    ESI - Math I
    ILI - Math II
    ILE - Math III
    ILI - Math IV
    EIE - Economic History
    LSI - History of Economic Though
    LIE - Macroeconomics I and II
    LEI - Statistics I and II and III

    ILI professors were the best by far. LIEs as second. SEE and IEE by far the worst
    ILE best math teacher
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    LEI - Statistics I and II and III
    Congratulations. You just found the 17th socionic type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by machintruc View Post
    Congratulations. You just found the 17th socionic type.
    :=P
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    College...
    SEE and IEE by far the worst
    Well shit teaching economics im not suprised

    Philosophy tutor and lecturer = LII (lecturer very good, humorous and intelligent)
    Sociology - INFj
    Sociology - ISFj
    Psychology tutor - ESTj
    ENFp (Unsure of Subtype)

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    Hmm, been thinking of some of my other teachers:

    EIE - talented and gifted teacher
    SEE - Spanish GTA from Santiago de Compostela
    SEE - one of my Japanese GTAs
    IEE - another Japanese GTA
    IEI - yet another Japanese GTA
    ESE - and another Japanese GTA
    LSI - what? one more Japanese GTA?
    ILI - Japanese professor
    LSE - American government teacher
    ESE/EIE - Western Civilization professor (also one of the smartest, most engaging people I've ever met)
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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17 View Post
    LSE american history
    "You disrespectable sliiiime; you think you'd be a sittin' here if mah father and your father hadn't fought and died for dimahcracy in this world? God bless America!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    "You disrespectable sliiiime; you think you'd be a sittin' here if mah father and your father hadn't fought and died for dimahcracy in this world? God bless America!"
    umm no.

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    some of what I have seen has correlated with niffweed's....

    hon physics - LSI (into lifting weights also), then a smart but dry ILE
    AP chem - LII
    AP statistics (which I think is very Te) - ILI
    hon english - all intuitive, an ILE, IEI and EIE (the IEI won teacher of the year a few years back and the EIE is up for nomination)
    hon precal - ILE
    psych - LIE
    nsl - LIE
    hon history - ESE
    hon chem - IEE (very nice)
    global issues - EII
    hon calc - EIE...not the best math teacher ever (not suggesting correlation though)

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    What do you learn about in American history? Your origins, or the battles you've fought and won?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    What do you learn about in American history? Your origins, or the battles you've fought and won?

    it's a typical history curriculum. we have to learn about all of political history, socioeconomic/cultural history, military history (though things like specific battles in the mexican war are generally deemphasized), and all sorts of other blah.


    the actual focus of learning history on a relatively introductory level is almost entirely factually oriented; only a minimal amount is made of critical thinking or analyzing; mostly, where that kind of thing is demanded you have to know about other people's analyses rather than make your own. the class is all about knowing an incredible about of names and events. i suppose that's partially reasonable since at that level you have only a limited body of understanding to work from. even so, it can be interesting to see the parallels within historical societies nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra
    What do you learn about in American history? Your origins, or the battles you've fought and won?
    sorry, I knew people would think that was vague. the class was modern world history, so it dealt with the stuff from like 1800 and on....we studied the major wars and stuff like that. what I wish they did was combine history with psychology...that would be sweet

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    My fave infant school teacher : ESE
    Biology EII
    Biology SLI
    Physics ILE
    Physics LII
    Chemistry ILI
    Chemistry LII
    Chemistry LSE
    Maths LSI
    English ESI
    English SEI
    French IEI
    German LIE
    History LIE
    Music LSI
    Music EIE
    IT SLE
    Computing SLI
    Environmental Science SLE
    Electronics LSI

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17 View Post
    it's a typical history curriculum. we have to learn about all of political history, socioeconomic/cultural history, military history (though things like specific battles in the mexican war are generally deemphasized), and all sorts of other blah.


    the actual focus of learning history on a relatively introductory level is almost entirely factually oriented; only a minimal amount is made of critical thinking or analyzing; mostly, where that kind of thing is demanded you have to know about other people's analyses rather than make your own. the class is all about knowing an incredible about of names and events. i suppose that's partially reasonable since at that level you have only a limited body of understanding to work from. even so, it can be interesting to see the parallels within historical societies nonetheless.
    yeah HS history is totally like that. i don't know why. they take what is so so so intrinsically interesting and make it maaaad wood.

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    a lot of my econ/business instructors were ISXj's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbean View Post
    a lot of my econ/business instructors were ISXj's
    Doesn't sound that motivating.
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