Examining Introversion and Extraversion

Based on the best-selling book , Director of Learning Heather Clayton gives parents insight into how introverts and extroverts behave in different situations and the ramifications of this at home and school. Rather than looking at extroversion and introversion as an either/or classification, she encourages us to think of them as being two ends on a continuum. The seeds of extroversion and introversion can be found at birth and there are neurological characteristics found in both that may explain the differences.

Topics include: the Myers-Briggs personality assessment, chalk talk (silent collaboration) and fixed traits.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here