17049 Psychology 1

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Unveiling the ESFJ Teacher
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As a passionate teacher who is sometimes shy, I have often wondered how to describe my
personality. Therefore, I thought that taking a trip through the Jung/Myers-Briggs Personality
Test would enable me to understand my personality better. The results after taking the ESJF test
were as follows: Extravert 28%, Sensing 19%, Feeling 41%, and Judging 28% (Human Metrics
Inc., 2023). This paper explores how my cooperative personality, organizational abilities, and
communication prowess mesh with the demands of the teaching profession.
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As an ESFJ teacher, my essence is steeped in empathy and compassion, fueled by a
robust feeling preference. This inclination to connect emotionally with others translates into a
teaching style that is nurturing and supportive. Additionally, several characteristics resonate with
my personality, shaping the way I approach life and interact with others, as discussed below:
The intense feeling preference of an ESFJ (41%) aligns with my innate sense of empathy
and compassion. I find myself genuinely caring about the well-being of others, which is
particularly evident in my role as a teacher. Connecting with students on an emotional level
comes naturally to me. However, while I share the empathy characteristic, there might be
moments when my need for structure and order slightly contrasts with the more spontaneous or
flexible approach …
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