Knowing Me Knowing You

This book is a treat for all readers. In groundbreaking style, book introduces type differences through original stories. Characters model their best way to solve problems, work with friends, cope with life issues, and form relationships. Each story is complete so children can choose which story they want to read.

Ten stories model the good and effective use of type awareness to increase an understanding of others as well as strategies for good self-management of our natural energies. This is the first in a series of 3 books to introduce type to students in an innovative and exceptional way where learning occurs through the lens of literature.

This book is available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Ingram Press, Google, and Apple. It is available in hardcover, paper, digital, audiobook, and flip book.

The Chemistry of Personality

Every student learns differently. The Chemistry of Personality is every teacher’s invaluable guide to a powerful and simple method of understanding such diversity, exploring a positive approach to personality differences with their students, and using effective teaching methods that reach and engage every young mind.

Based on years of research on psychological type, this guide for teachers provides a detailed blueprint for incorporating type into classroom instruction and the learning process.

Teachers will find The Chemistry of Personality will help them:

Learn the simple but powerful four key dimensions of type-based learning.

  • Learn the simple but powerful four key dimensions of type-based learning.
  • Understand the different ways each student takes in and processes information in words that have meaning to them.
  • Teach tolerance and better understanding of the impact of personality diversity.
  • Understand their teaching style and its impact on students

By respecting the different ways students use the natural energy of their strengths and stretches allows a learning environment where a variety of students can successfully learn and work together. Available through Amazon.com and through Peoplestripes.org

The Developing Child

Using personality type as theorized by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung to help in understanding differences in children, this book gives adults an opportunity to examine some suggested paths for developing positive relationships with the children in their lives.

Examples are used to show how psychological type theory applies to daily life. Strategies for home and for school show how the theory can be used in each setting. By understanding each of the sixteen psychological types, adults can increase their awareness of more effective ways to help children grow and develop their special gifts and talents.

This understanding builds bridges for positive relationships and an appreciation of differences. Although the theory can be complex the language and descriptions in the book are written in everyday language.

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Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Best and Your Best

Written for the child at the elementary school level as a companion piece to the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® assessment, Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Best and Your Best is about how students might like to learn, think, and act. This is a great resource to help children better understand psychological type differences at home or in the classroom. They learn about their preferences and the good preferences of others.

The workbook format allows children to review information in small or large chunks as they choose. Differences are described. Suggestions for using the information to help with homework and friendships leads to appropriate use of type awareness. A discipline contract for parents and teachers allows the child to share how they prefer to be disciplined and the be guided about school issues.

Each of us has different things we like to do, things we do well, and things we wish we could do a little better. This book will help them discover and understand those things about themselves to help make learning easier and fun by understanding the strengths and stretches for each type.

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Exploring Personality Type: Creating a Personal Path for Success

Written for high school students, this is a book about the unique ways they like to learn, think, and act as they go through life. Exploring Personality Type: Creating a Personal Path for Success can be used to help students better understand their MMTIC® results both in the classroom and at home. Students will see themselves in the descriptions of the distinctive personalities and learning styles.

The workbook includes a section of career selection based on a student’s type preference. Rather than identifying specific careers the information focuses on the kinds of work more favorable to a type and the kind of work that might be stressful.

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Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Strengths and Stretches

Written for middle and junior high school children, this is a book about how students like to learn, think, and act. Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Strengths and Stretches can be used to help students better understand their MMTIC® results both in the classroom and at home. Students will see themselves in some of the descriptions of different personality types and learning styles. Examples of teamwork strengths and stretches are included. Suggestions for using type awareness to better manage school assignments, learning, and relationships with friends.

Ultimately, the more we know about our preferences and our best source of energy for getting tasks done, the more we can manage our time and our behavior. Understanding type preferences allows that process to happen.

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