Books on Education



Applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® in Counseling
Applications of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® in Counseling

Through her extensive use of the MBTI instrument in college counseling and in private practice, Judith Provost, Ph.D., shares her counseling experiences with 18 clients representing all 16 types and a wide range of ages. Written with the counselor in mind, this book recommends ways to help students and couples and explores the applications of multicultural counseling principles when using the Indicator.



Differentiated Coaching
Differentiated Coaching

An exciting new book from an author well-versed in psychological type and its various applications. Here Kise explores the keys for how change can be facilitated so that everyone involved gets the most out of the process and the results. Focusing on teachers and the many demands of the classroom, administration, and community, Kise offers sound advice for helping teachers cope and excel in a complicated and often frustrating environment.



Differentiated School Leadership
Differentiated School Leadership

An ideal resource for principles, teachers, superintendents, and those involved with leadership in schools. Differentiated School Leadership demonstrates how an understanding of personality and leadership styles can help individuals and team members work together more effectively. This book provides workable strategies for leadership development, teambuilding, problem solving, and dealing with stress.



Differentiation Through Personality Types
Differentiation Through Personality Types

This new, comprehensive resource by Jane Kise, author of Differentiated Coaching and Find Your Fit, presents an easy-to-implement, usable framework that assists K-12 teachers in achieving success in the classroom. Readers will find clear direction in appealing to different learning personalities and practical ideas and activities for immediate application in the classroom.



Discovering Type with Teens
Discovering Type with Teens

It’s not easy being a teen. Looking back on those days we often say, "If only I knew then what I know now." That statement resonates even more when we think about all the insights gained from our knowledge of personality type. In this era of constant connectedness, but less actual human contact, personality type can help teens find real connections to their peers and to themselves.



Exploring Personality Type: Creating a Personal Path for Success
Exploring Personality Type: Creating a Personal Path for Success

Written for high school students, this is a book about the unique ways they like to learn, think, and act as they go through life. Exploring Personality Type: Creating a Personal Path for Success can be used to help students better understand their MMTIC® results both in the classroom and at home. Students will see themselves in the descriptions of the distinctive personalities and learning styles, because these descriptions are based on years of careful observations of real people.



Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Best And Your Best
Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Best And Your Best

Written at the elementary school level, Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Best and Your Best is about how students might like to learn, think, and act. This is a great resource to help children better understand their MMTIC® results and psychological type at home or in the classroom. Students will see themselves in some of the descriptions of different personality types and learning styles.



Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Strengths and Stretches
Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Strengths and Stretches

Written for middle and junior high school students, this is a book about how students like to learn, think, and act. Exploring Personality Type: Discovering My Strengths and Stretches can be used to help students better understand their MMTIC® results both in the classroom and at home. Students will see themselves in some of the descriptions of different personality types and learning styles.



Finding the Zone
Finding the Zone

“In the zone” – we know it when it happens, especially if we just let go. Our senses are heightened, our minds are clear, our vision is focused, and everything blends in a way that makes our work seem almost effortless. The “zone” is elusive but in Finding the Zone, author and renowned type expert Gordon Lawrence, demonstrates how we can learn to cultivate zone experiences in our daily lives.



Great Minds Don't Think Alike!
Great Minds Don't Think Alike!

Every day teachers are faced with a sea of expectant faces—each with a different way of seeing and learning. How can we motivate and empower every one of these young people to reach their highest potential? In Great Minds Don’t Think Alike! education experts Diane Payne and Sondra VanSant provide the ultimate lesson plan for transforming classrooms into places where every child becomes engaged in the learning process.



Juris Types
Juris Types

Written by law school professors and psychological type experts Don and Martha Peters, Juris Types: Learning Law Through Self-Understanding goes beyond general study tips to help you find learning strategies ideally suited to your unique personality. Juris Types includes a CD-ROM of reproducible step-by-step exercises to help guide you through each chapter.



Looking at Type® and Learning Styles
Looking at Type® and Learning Styles

Written for both students and teachers, this book helps gain insight into personal learning styles in order to develop more effective study and test-taking strategies and help teachers facilitate learning. Discusses strengths, key motivators, and blind spots for different preferences and provides guidelines to assist teachers in curriculum development and delivery.



Looking at Type® Series
Looking at Type® Series

The Looking at Type® series includes one each of Looking at Type®: The Fundamentals, Looking at Type®: Your Career, Looking at Type® and Learning Styles, Looking at Type® and Spirituality, and Looking at Type® in the Workplace. This package contains all the information you will need to help your clients understand and learn to apply type in all facets of their lives.



MMTIC® Manual
MMTIC® Manual

Includes a general introduction to type and the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® (MMTIC®) assessment. The development, administration, and scoring of the MMTIC assessment are explained, along with information on the reliability and validity of the instrument. It also contains suggestions for applications of type knowledge in the classroom.



Most Excellent Differences
Most Excellent Differences

Every student knows, and almost every teacher has forgotten, that the personality of the teacher is a crucial component of every class. This book suggests ways to think about the relationship of who we are to what we do as teachers. Chapter topics include making assignments, responding to student writing, personality and computers, and even type and library research.



People Types & Tiger Stripes
People Types & Tiger Stripes

People’s behavior often seems randomly varied—but according to Carl G. Jung, behavior actually follows patterns. Jung called these patterns "psychological types," and he wrote extensively about these types. Isabel Briggs Myers brought Jung’s concepts into the mainstream through development of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument which helps a person figure out his or her psychological type.



Procrastination
Procrastination

Contains suggested approaches to help procrastinators overcome the often obstructive pattern of putting off tasks. An oft-mentioned assumption that perceiving types are the procrastinators is not the case! This booklet discusses how different types procrastinate and how each can strengthen qualities that eliminate procrastination.



Statistics & Measurement
Statistics & Measurement

In this new edition of Statistics and Measurement: An Introduction, Ray Zeissett offers a fresh approach to the study of statistical research with step-by-step instructions, practical definitions of key terms, and quizzes to test understanding. Originally published to support psychologists in the study of test manuals and research literature, this revised edition provides a broader scope that includes examples from a variety of interest areas and a new section about how to critically read and evaluate research papers.



Strategies for Success
Strategies for Success

The next step after giving high school or college students their MBTI® results! A practical nuts-and-bolts approach to understanding learning styles and strategy differences. This book helps students understand how they can use their strengths more effectively in a learning environment.



The Chemistry of Personality
The Chemistry of Personality

Every student learns differently. The Chemistry of Personality is every teacher's invaluable guide to a powerful and simple method of understanding such diversity, exploring a positive approach to personality differences with their students, and using effective teaching methods that reach and engage every young mind.



Type in Education Kit
Type in Education Kit

Everyone wins when personality type enters the picture in the education process. Teachers, counselors, administrators, parents, and students learn there are many paths to success, and embracing differences yields a love of learning that carries on for life. These three books from CAPT provide a wealth of information for educators who want to help students discover their unique potential, including the foundation of type theory and practical exercises for workshops and the classroom.



Type Tales (Hardcover)
Type Tales (Hardcover)

Author and artist Diane Farris uses innovative photography to illustrate four charming tales about canine friends Millie and Momo. Written for children grades one through five, these engaging stories address type in a way children will understand. By following Millie and Momo's daily adventures, children learn about the differences in personalities.



Type Tales (Paperback)
Type Tales (Paperback)

Author and artist Diane Farris uses innovative photography to illustrate four charming tales about canine friends Millie and Momo. Written for children grades one through five, these engaging stories address type in a way children will understand. By following Millie and Momo's daily adventures, children learn about the differences in personalities.



Using the MBTI® Instrument in Colleges and Universities
Using the MBTI® Instrument in Colleges and Universities

The initial development of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument was based, in large measure, on data collected on college campuses. More than five decades later, institutions of higher learning continue to find broad applications for the MBTI tool. In addition, thousands of young people gain personal insight as well as new and more effective ways to communicate with and understand their peers, educators, friends, co-workers, and family members.



Verifying Type with Students
Verifying Type with Students

In this teachers guide to the type verification process author Elizabeth Murphy gives a clear and concise road map for teachers to successfully use the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® (MMTIC®) assessment with their students. The I Am a Good Student handouts are used in conjunction with this book for the feedback process.



Write from the Start
Write from the Start

Learn how to break writer's block and reduce writing anxiety through the power of psychological type. This practical and enjoyable workbook helps make the writing process easier and more effective through an abundance of tools, examples, and exercises. Author Ann Loomis helps readers discover their natural gifts and relate better to their audiences.