“Our experiences and interactions, this social fabric in which we are woven,
all shape our identity.” –Nick Sousanis, Unflattening
Take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Test— even if you’ve already taken it before as your profile type can change. Then, research your profile type. You can simply Google the four letters to read about your profile type. Do you agree with your results? Why or why not? Include a specific event or moment in your life as evidence for your agreement or disagreement.
Step 1: Put your first name and last initial on the board in the appropriate box of the Myers-Briggs personality type matrix.
With your writing team, discuss your results and what this might mean for the way you approach writing, learning, and group work.