|Blue Student --
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Blue Student -- Orange Teacher:
This combination can work well if the Orange teacher allows the
Blue student to be creative and show personal concern. The
Blue student appreciates the good sense of humour of the Orange
teacher. The student may have difficulty making quick decisions
and could become bogged down before completing a task. Although
the Blue student values communication and social interaction,
the Orange teacher's direct mode of criticism and comments may
not be appreciated.
Blue Student -- Gold Teacher:
The Blue student adheres to the rules of the Gold teacher as long
as they seem fair and there is personal consideration and compassion
given to the student. The Blue student will co-operate,
particularly if it is felt the Gold teacher likes and cares for
the individuality of the student. Unlike the Gold teacher,
the Blue student tends to be emotional and to allow feelings to
interfere with academic work. This student's need to socialize
may also be viewed as highly disruptive by the Gold teacher.
Blue Student -- Green Teacher:
The Blue student responds well to the classroom atmosphere of
the Green teacher, as long as it is personally relevant and stimulating
to a creative imagination. The Blue student is motivated
to perform in an effort to please the teacher, rather than to
demonstrate intellectual mastery of a concept. Unlike the
Green teacher, this student tends to value feelings and interpersonal
communication above ideas and concepts. Some potential for
friction exists due to this difference in values.
Blue Student -- Blue Teacher:
The Blue student will likely maintain the greatest rapport and
co-operation with the Blue teacher. The Blue student appreciates
the fairness, sensitivity, and personal concern expressed by the
Blue teacher. The atmosphere of imaginative creativity and
social interaction provided by the Blue teacher is highly appealing
to the blue student.
|Green Student --
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Green Student -- Orange Teacher:: The
Green student responds well to the classroom atmosphere of the
Orange teacher if attracted to the subject matter and if allowed
to express and discuss personal ideas. The Green student
is creative and enjoys discovering new ways of solving problems.
Unlike the Orange teacher, the Green student values ideas and
concepts above immediate action and wants to inquire about the
principles before each task.
Green Student -- Gold TeacherThis
combination works only if the Green student is sufficiently interested
in the subject matter and given some freedom to explore ideas
and concepts beyond the requirements of the class. Unlike
the Gold teacher, the Green student can be oblivious to
rules and regulation. It will be difficult to gain the Green
student co-operation without a perception that rules are logical
Green Student -- Green Teacher: The
Green student will likely maintain the greatest rapport an co-operation
with Green teachers. The student appreciates the stimulating
and creative environment provided by the Green teacher and enjoys
discussing ideas investigating relationships between principles,
and discovering new ways of solving problems - especially in conjunction
with the Green teacher.
Green Student -- Blue Teacher:
The Green student responds well to the classroom atmosphere of
the Blue teacher, as long as the student's interest in the subject
matter and curiosity is continually reinforced. Unlike the
Blue teacher, the Green student is less concerned with the feelings
of others and will tend to express opinions regardless of how
they may affect the feelings of others.
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Orange Student -- Orange Teacher:
A good match with the Orange student. The student is likely
to maintain the greatest rapport with an Orange teacher.
The student appreciates the atmosphere of freedom and spontaneity
in his/her teacher's classroom and responds favourably to the
hands-on approach to learning; both teacher and student enjoy
games and competition and are tireless in their efforts to complete
any job at hand.
Orange Student --Gold Teacher
The Gold teacher's demands for order, organization, and appropriate
behaviour in the classroom do not conform well with the Orange
student's need for spontaneity, fun and quick action. The
Gold teacher emphasizes rules and facts as well as neatness and
structure. The Orange student may react with various
degrees of rebellion and hostility when confronted with a Gold
Orange Student -- Green Teacher:The Green teacher is often capable of creating an atmosphere
of independence and freedom of thought and action in his/her classroom.
This climate allows the Orange student to express his/her needs
and possibly to establish methods for learning in his/her own
style. The Green teacher can also be perceived as too theoretical
by the Orange student. This can create the impression that
the teacher is out of touch and unconcerned with the here and
Orange Student -- Blue Teacher:The
Blue Teacher can have some empathy for the Orange student's needs,
and this teacher's good sense of humour is protection from reacting
too harshly to the Orange student's demands for fun and entertainment.
The Orange student may require more hands-on activities, games,
and competition than are normally scheduled in the lesson plans
of the Blue teacher.
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Gold Student -- Orange Teacher: This combination can be somewhat problematic. The
Gold student prefers organized, structured, and predictable routines,
while the Orange teacher tends to prefer an atmosphere of spontaneity
and excitement. The Gold student may often complain that
tasks are never completed and that he/she not learn much of anything
in the Orange teachers classroom. The Gold student strives
for perfection and enjoys being validated for neat and accurate
Gold Student -- Gold Teacher:
This is a suitable match. The Gold student is likely
to maintain the greatest rapport and co-operation with the Gold
teacher. The student appreciates the structure, organization,
and rules that the Gold teacher emphasizes. The Gold student
responds well to this teacher's style of presenting material which
is based on logical procedures and clearly defined factual information.
Gold Student -- Green Teacher:
The Green teacher may not always meet the needs of the
Gold student for clear and concise rules and regulations.
The independent thinking, originality, and mental creativity so
valued by this Green teacher will not be highly appreciated by
the Gold student. The Gold student may experience anxiety
and difficulty related to grasping conceptual matter if it is
not explained and demonstrated in concrete ways.
Gold Student -- Blue Teacher:The Gold student responds well to the Blue teacher's classroom
atmosphere if a regular and predictable schedule is maintained.
The Gold student requires rules and facts, as well as organized,
accurate, and logical procedures. The Gold student may differ
from the Blue teacher in expression of or response to very deep
emotions. Although the Gold student follows rules and accomplishes
well-structured work, the creativity valued by the Blue teacher
may rarely be exhibited.