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PERSONALITY ARRAY

Your personality is a critical element in the classroom dynamic. The Array Model (Knaupp, 1995) identifies four personality types through the use of several personality descriptors. Take a look at the personality types, below, and see which character you match up with.

Hundred Acre Wood Personality Array

Character

Caring

Sensitive

Nurturing

Harmonizing

Feeling Oriented

Logical

Structured

Organized

Systematic

Thinking Oriented

Spontaneous

Creative

Playful

Enthusiastic

Action Oriented

Quiet

Imaginative

Insightful

Reflective

Inaction Oriented

Cooperation

(positive behavior)

Over adapted

Over pleasing

Makes mistakes

Cries or giggles

Self Defeating

Over critical

Over works

Perfectionist

Verbally Attacks

Demanding

Disruptive

Blames

Irresponsible

Demands Attention

Defiant

Disengaging

Withdrawn

Delays

Despondent

Daydreams

Reluctance

(negative behavior)

Friendships

Sensory Experience

Contact with people

Fun activities

Alone time

Stability

Task Completion

Time Schedule

Needs

Value their feelings

Comfortable and

pleasing learning

environment

Work with a friend

Sharing time

Value their ideas

Incentives

Rewards

Leadership Position

Schedules

To-do lists

Value their activity

Hands-on activities

Group Interaction

Games

Change in routine

Value their privacy

Alone time

Independent Activity

Specific directions

Computer Activity

Routine tasks

Ways

to

Meet Needs

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PERSONALITY ARRAY

Your personality is a critical element in the classroom dynamic. The Array Model (Knaupp, 1995) identifies four personality types through the use of several personality descriptors. Take a look at the personality types, below, and see which character you match up with.

Hundred Acre Wood Personality Array

Character

Spontaneous

Creative

Playful

Action Oriented

Caring

Sensitive

Nurturing

Feeling Oriented

Logical

Structured

Organized

Thinking Oriented

Quiet

Imaginative

Reflective

Inaction Oriented

Cooperation

(positive behavior)

Over pleasing

Makes mistakes

Cries or giggles

Self Defeating

Disengaging

Withdrawn

Delays

Daydreams

Over critical

Over works

Verbally Attacks

Demanding

Disruptive

Blames

Demands Attention

Defiant

Reluctance

(negative behavior)

Friendships

Sensory Experience

Contact with people

Fun activities

Alone time

Stability

Task Completion

Time Schedule

Needs

Value their feelings

Comfortable and

pleasing learning

environment

Work with a friend

Sharing time

Value their ideas

Incentives

Rewards

Leadership Position

Schedules

To-do lists

Value their activity

Hands-on activities

Group Interaction

Games

Change in routine

Value their privacy

Alone time

Independent Activity

Specific directions

Computer Activity

Routine tasks

Ways

to

Meet Needs

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Interactive Personality Inventory

  • Directions:
  • Rank the order of the responses in the rows on a scale from 1 to 4
  • (1 being the “least like me” and 4 being the “most like me”
  • After you have ranked each row, add down each column
  • The column (s) with the highest score (s) shows your type of personality

In your normal day to day life, you tend to be:

Logical

Systematic

Organized

Spontaneous

Creative

Playful

Quiet

Insightful

Reflective

Nurturing

Sensitive

Caring

In your normal day to day life, you tend to value:

Harmony

Relationships

Work

Time Schedules

Stimulation

Having Fun

Reflection

Time Alone

In most settings you are usually:

Authentic

Compassionate

Harmonious

Traditional

Responsible

Parental

Active

Opportunistic

Spontaneous

Inventive

Competent

Seeking

In most situations you can be described as:

Empathetic

Communicative

Devoted

Practical

Competitive

Loyal

Impetuous

Impactful

Daring

Conceptual

Knowledgeable

Composed

You approach most tasks in a (an)________________ manner:

Affectionate

Inspirational

Vivacious

Conventional

Orderly

Concerned

Courageous

Adventurous

Impulsive

Rational

Philosophical

Complex

When things don’t go your way and you are tired and worn down, what is your response?

Say “It’s not

my fault”

Manipulate

Act out

Withdraw

Don’t talk

Become indecisive

Say “I’m sorry”

Make mistakes

Feel badly

Over control

Become critical

Take charge

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Interactive Personality Inventory

  • Directions:
  • Rank the order of the responses in the rows on a scale from 1 to 4
  • (1 being the “least like me” and 4 being the “most like me”
  • After you have ranked each row, add down each column
  • The column (s) with the highest score (s) shows your type of personality

In your normal day to day life, you tend to be:

Well

organized

Quiet and

Reflective

Caring

of others

Quick to act

In your normal day to day life, you tend to value:

Friendships

School Work

Having Fun

Time Alone

In most settings you are usually:

Responsible

for yourself

and others

Act in a way

that is best for

you

Thoughtful

of others

Minding your

own business

In most situations you can be described as:

Loyal

Practical

Daring

Calm

You approach most tasks in a (an)________________ manner:

Friendly

Orderly

Adventurous

Serious

When things don’t go your way and you are tired and worn down, what is your response?

Say “It’s not

my fault”

Act out

Say “I’m sorry”

Feel badly

Blame someone

Take charge

Withdraw

Don’t talk

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Internet Personality Tests

http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes1.htm

http://www.outofservice.com/bigfive/

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