As a storyteller teacher type, you have a gift for the gab. Students love gathering around your classroom campfire to hear a sensational story or a tantalizing tale. You flourish on the figurative. No matter the topic, you can come up with an allusion or analogy to capture their concentration.
Personality Pitfalls: A story loses its luster if it has too many details, and you’ve been known to overtell a time or two. Even the most magical narrative can be drowned out by student snores. If you can’t carefully craft your anecdote, you run the risk of being branded as boring.