How do you see the relationship between higher education and typing as a variable facility affecting personal and social development, social and political engagement, and last but not least intellectual engagement in the college classroom at the undergraduate or graduate level?
The effect of personality types on the quality of instruction in higher ed seems to be one of the most undertheorized subjects discussed in higher ed. From my experience, understanding typing and its effect on social interaction on the public nature of a semi-private classroom experience would only enhance the learning experience. Personality preferences or public persona can significantly affect learning outcomes from the instructor's personality and teaching style to public discussion or engagement among learners (reflective of their individual personalities and learning styles) as participants and observers in the democratic political process of idea exchange. The classroom is a smorgasbord of public/social engagement, depending heavily on its participants and their positions on various issues, approaches to social interaction in a public setting, knowledge construction, as influenced by personal and cultural background, experiences, talents, skills, or abilities.
I know my writing style is a tad bit convoluted, but what do you make of this connection between personality typing and higher ed efficiency?