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    1. Hundred Acre Wood Personality Array

    2. 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works Perfectionist Verbally Attacks Demanding Disruptive Blames Irresponsible Demands Attention Defiant Disengaging Withdrawn Delays Despondent Daydreams Reluctance (negative behavior) Friendships Sensory Experience Contact with people Fun activities Alone time Stability Task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

    3. 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Oriented Cooperation (positive behavior) Over pleasing Makes mistakes Cries or giggles Self Defeating Disengaging Withdrawn Delays Daydreams Over critical Over works Verbally Attacks Demanding Disruptive Blames Demands Attention Defiant Reluctance (negative behavior) Friendships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

    4. 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

    5. 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

    6. Internet Personality Tests http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes1.htm http://www.outofservice.com/bigfive/