It's pretty common knowledge that there are different learning styles for different people. In my experience, I've found that MBTI seems to be a tool that has the ability to break down how an individual interacts and processes the world around them. It also serves as a great tool to indicate where your strengths and weaknesses may lie and what contributions to society that you can make.
With the rise of the internet, education as we know it seems to be changing. There are a lot of online courses(ie. The Khan Academy or Coursea) that are available online for free to anyone with an internet connection. There's also a trend towards "Flipping the Classroom" which allows for education at a more self paced rate. Data tracking and analytics allow us to learn what's working with particular students and what an individual may be struggling with. Technology is allowing us to generalize less and cater more specific solutions to problems (in this case, education).
Why don't we continue this trend, applying what we know about MBTI to the education process? Personality testing is already used and seems to be pretty reliable for dating websites. Why can't it be used to match people to a specific style of learning that they will be able to accelerate and excel at? An education that recognizes their weaknesses as well as their strengths and pushes them both forward?
Any thoughts? Are there any examples out there that I may not be aware of? I'd love to hear.