Jung – Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality test

Found this website that offers a free go at the MBTI instrument, check it out if you are not sure which type you belong to.
Later you’ll be lead to another page for full description, or you can access it from here for a the full (4 times 2 C(hoose) 1 = 16) list of descriptions.
What’s also interesting is how your personality type relates to other types, scroll down and check out the section that reads Type Relationships for ____s:

Which Polyhedral Are You?

Attracted by the d100 on Bee’s blog (have never get the chance to see the real thing myself) on this page, took the quiz, and here it goes:

I am a d12

You are the rare, the overlooked, yet incredibly useful dodecahedron: the d12. You are a creative, romantic soul. You often act without thinking, but make up for your lack of plans with plenty of heart. You easily solve problems that stump others, but your answers tend to put you into even deeper trouble. You write long, detailed backgrounds for all your characters, and are most likely to dress up as one or get involved in cos-play. You can be silly at times and are easily distracted by your own day dreams, but are at the end of the day you’re someone who can be depended on.

What’s yours? 😉

4th Edublog Workshop (@10th TecXplorers Gathering)

Yesterday’s workshop went well, thanks to all the support rendered by fellow colleagues, and also not to forget the teachers participants. Have yet to look through the feedback forms, but do hope that teachers have some useful takeaways on this first morning of the one week break.
Thanks for all the time taken to fill up the yellow activity sheet. Will be posting the findings to this blog after collation. As promised, the URLs to the slide and handouts:
1. Presetation slides by Edublog.NET (ppt)
2. Blogger.com HOWTO (zip)
3. Bloglines.com HOWTO (zip)
4. SingTel Moblog.com Intro and Guide (pdf)
If you would like to setup your home computer systems with the free built-in WinXP Chinese Language Input Method Editor, you may grab the user guide here.
In the meantime, if you would like to seek support in implementation of blogs in your classroom or your school, feel free to drop us an email at hpinit2@edublog.net