If you had to pick just one, which of these best describes your classroom?
Pick your average teaching clothes:
As a student, what was your favorite subject?
Why did you choose to become a teacher?
Don’t think too hard. Pick a color:
OK, now pick two colors:
You are a teacher who…
What’s Your Teacher Archetype? [QUIZ]
The hero cares deeply about power and honor. You’ll find that teachers who fall within this archetype have an incredible vitality that will help their team fight for what they believe in. The hero will teach students to never give up and model an ambition that’s admirable.
The ruler can bring order to any situation, from a classroom to a teacher meeting. Rulers are stable and can be counted on to always try their best, making them fantastic teammates and teachers. They also expect the best from those around them, which can be great for students because their teacher is guaranteed to hold them to high standards.
The artist desires freedom and originality. The artist as a teacher will transform lessons into creative experiences for students. Known for cleverness and independence, the artist makes an inspiring educator who always brings imagination into the classroom and the community.
A free-thinking type like the artist, the sage focuses on intellect and knowledge. Sages’ goal is to understand the world around them, which makes them an empathetic and exciting teacher for students. They’re also great to have on your team because of their fantastic logic and analytical skills.
On the surface, a rebel might seem like they love to provoke and cause drama. In reality, they just love independent thinking. What a great trait to teach their students and model for their fellow teachers! The rebel isn’t easily influenced and likely respects those who think for themselves as well.
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