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TRUE COLORS Teaching Style Models Gold I teach with:  Firm discipline  Organized routine  Outlined lectures  Expecting student accountability  Strong.

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2 TRUE COLORS Teaching Style Models Gold I teach with:  Firm discipline  Organized routine  Outlined lectures  Expecting student accountability  Strong use of text references  Learning linked to past tradition  Detailed lesson plans/syllabi Emphasis on traditional content

3 TRUE COLORS Teaching Style Models Blue I teach with:  Fair/democratic discipline  Nurturing format  Individualized cooperative learning  Expecting student initiated learning  Strong use of variety of materials  Learning linked to individual needs  Adjust lesson plans as students need  Emphasis on application and ownership

4 TRUE COLORS Teaching Style Models Green I teach with:  Discipline expected due to interest  Sharing of instructor research  Lecture/discussion  Expecting critical thinking  Strong use of outside materials  Learning linked answering questions  Logical but changing lesson plans  Emphasis on futuristic application

5 TRUE COLORS Teaching Style Models Orange I teach with:  Unstructured discipline  Spontaneous  Hands on immediacy  Expects student variety  Strong use of innovative approaches  Learning linked to “here and now”  Variety of action experiences  Emphasis on relevancy

6 Gold – “Responsible” Best Teacher Fair, structured & organized, content-oriented Best Classroom Climate Conservative, neat, traditional seating arrangement Best Learning Content Realistic facts, details, practical subjects Best Teaching Strategies Independent work, clear and predictable, routine Student Strengths Naturally practical likes to be of service, organized, works well with details

7 Blue – “Authentic” Best Teacher Personal, nurturing, process-oriented Best Classroom Climate Warm, friendly, non-competitive, casual Best Learning Content Self-awareness, self-improvement, personal stories, communication, inter-personal skills Best Teaching Strategies Group work, cooperative learning settings, creative expression, discussions, sharing personal experiences Student Strengths Nurturing, creates harmony, cooperative, communicative, natural empathy ability

8 Green - “Ingenious” Best Teacher Conceptual, abstract, subject-oriented, challenging, supportive of capabilities Best Classroom Climate High tech, scientific, challenging, flexible Best Learning Content Ideas, concepts, theories, future possibilities, systems design Best Teaching Strategies Independent work, problem solving, intellectual debate, exploration Student Strengths Naturally logical and curious, innovative, capable of futuristic vision

9 Orange – “Skillful” Best Teacher Action-oriented, spontaneous, diverse, and playful Best Classroom Climate Exciting, colorful, room to move around Best Learning Content Useful skills, adventurous, heroic acts, & exciting events Best Teaching Strategies “Hands-on” activities, competitive, & games with immediate results Student Strengths Natural skills for promotion, negotiation, immediate action, & entertainment

10 Tips on how others can relate to BLUES Do: 1.Tell them what your personal feelings are about any topic 2.Listen attentively and look at them while talking to them 3.Physically touch them (appropriate hugs and kisses) 4.Accept their individuality and uniqueness 5.Allow them to express their feelings 6.Be honest and sincere

11 Tips on how others can relate to BLUES Don’t: 1.Be abrupt or cut them off while they are talking 2.Discount their dreams 3.Expect them to be confrontational 4.Compare them to someone else 5.Deny their emotions or criticize their sensitivity 6.Ignore them 7.Take advantage of their kindness

12 Tips on how others can relate to GOLDS Do: 1.Carry through with what you say you’re going to do 2.Show them the practicality in an idea or a product 3.Be on time 4.Say “thank you” and reciprocate when you receive gifts from them 5.Remember their birthdays 6.Acknowledge them when they do something well 7.Give them time to plan things

13 Tips on how others can relate to GOLDS Don’t: 1.Expect them to be spontaneous 2.Ask them to spend their money frivolously 3.Force them to take risks 4.Use profane language around them 5.Demand too much immediate change 6.Expect them to challenge the law or any established rules 7.Insist they make decisions without all the facts

14 Tips on how others can relate to GREENS Do: 1.Give logical explanations 2.Allow them time to think about their decisions 3.Expect them to take a leadership role 4.Earn their respect 5.Acknowledge their intelligence 6.Present data to support ideas 7.Recognize their need to get to the point quickly

15 Tips on how others can relate to GREENS Don’t: 1.Force them to talk about their feelings too much 2.Become too emotional when arguing with them 3.Be indecisive 4.Expect public display of emotions 5.Take everything they say personally 6.Force them to go to parties 7.Embarrass them in public

16 Tips on how others can relate to ORANGES Do: 1.Be upbeat around them 2.Appreciate their jokes and playful nature 3.Allow them to be independent 4.Provide some structure for them yet be flexible 5.Respect their need to stay busy doing things 6.Understand their ability to do several things at the same time 7.Have fun with them

17 Tips on how others can relate to ORANGES Don’t: 1.Be intimidated by their energy 2.Expect to stay depressed in their presence 3.Be surprised at their changeable nature 4.Force them to be too serious about life 5.Demand that they stick to a strict schedule 6.Write them off as flakes because of their lightheartedness 7.Start a fight with them unless you intend to fight


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