Another publication from the Atlantic quotes an introverted professor – Dr.
Kendall Hoyt from the Dartmouth Medical School – who suggests, “You don’t get a pass for your personality type,” and maintains that school is as much about learning how to articulate your ideas as it is about facts and figures.
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Susan Cain, who stirred much discussion about introverted students in 2013 with her book “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Won’t Stop Talking,” suggests in this post from NEA Today that introverted students and classes have powerful contributions to offer, yet should not be misunderstand as defective extroverts that need to be fixed.