Do you remember those product-based Internet quizzes from back in the day?
The ones where you found out which candy bar best represented you as a human being?
Well, an Enneagram type is kind of like that. Only this time, your results pinpoint you as one of nine different but cosmically inseparable personality archetypes that reveal the inner workings of your unique human psyche.
Question is: Does your Enneagram type match your teaching style? Take this quiz, and let’s find out.
How would you describe your personality outside the classroom?
How would you describe your personality inside the classroom?
Pick the one word that best matches your classroom management strategy.
Which movie are you most likely to watch?
Which of these skills do you think is most important?
Which best describes the way you interact with others?
Choose the subject you like to teach most.
What stresses you out?
Of the following options, what do you love most about teaching?
If that description sounds familiar, we recommend this course: Move, Grow, Play! Using Play to Teach and Learn. Perfectionism and principles are prime personality paragons, but so is play. Watch what academic magic unfolds when the Reformer Teacher creates a playful classroom.
If that description sounds familiar, we recommend this course: Goodbye Teacher Burnout, Welcome Teacher Wellness. By the end of this course, you will know how to mitigate and manage burnout, you will walk away with a stockpile of strategies for self-care, and you will understand how healthy living provides a path toward wellness and away from burnout.
If that description sounds familiar, we recommend this course: Unlocking Student Potential with Blended Learning. In this course, you will learn how to integrate blended learning into your classroom to increase student engagement and achievement, differentiate instruction, and connect students to meaningful, community-driven learning experiences.
If that description sounds familiar, we recommend this course: Cultivating Student-Centered Classrooms. In this course, you will develop strategies to help students become independent learners who can create, explore, discover, problem solve, and innovate—all valuable skills they will need to thrive in college and careers.
If that description sounds familiar, we recommend this course: Empower Students with Critical Thinking in Science. By the end of the course, you will incorporate case studies and argumentation into science instruction in a way that teaches critical thinking and deepens scientific understanding.
If that description sounds familiar, we recommend this course: Refocus & Recharge: Strategies for Finding Balance in Teaching. The Loyalist teacher tends to place heightened emphasis on their own performance, which sometimes leads to unfair self-criticism. With the right self-care strategies, you’ll tap into your fullest potential.
If that description sounds familiar, we recommend this course: Reclaiming Your Passion for Teaching with Balance and Bandwidth. In this course, you will explore your past and your inner motivations to help you reawaken the passion that will sustain you throughout your career. You love the subject, and now you’ll remember why.
If that description sounds familiar, we recommend this course: Differentiation for Students Identified as Gifted. In this course, you’ll participate in practical exercises to modify your activities and differentiate your instruction to motivate and energize your gifted students. Let’s keep them moving up and up.
If that description sounds familiar, we recommend this course: Building Peace Through Restorative Practices in Schools. Incorporating classroom strategies, school-wide policy recommendations, and personal experiences, this course provides a solid framework for teachers to use as they create a climate of warmth and inclusion that respects all people and also holds everyone accountable for being a good citizen.