Whole Child Education, birthed in reaction to No Child Left Behind, assesses students’ learning environment from every angle. This form of education can help every type of student but can be especially helpful for students with trauma.
Do you enjoy seeing tangible results and working with a more “hands-on” approach? If yes, you probably ranked high on the Realistic theme and would be described as a “doer”. Realistic – Potential Skills People who score high on the
Do you have an analytical thought-process and are you constantly thinking of how and why things work? If yes, you probably ranked high on the Investigative theme and would be described as a “thinker.” Investigative – Potential Competencies People who
Does your ideal job or favorite hobby allow you to use your imagination and make you think outside of the norm? If yes, you probably ranked high on the Artistic theme and would be described as a “creator.” Artistic – Potential
Is it in your nature to want to work with and help others? If yes, you probably ranked high on the Social theme and would be described as a “helper.” Social – Potential Competencies People who score high on
Do you feel like you can sell anything from a pen to specialized software? What about taking charge in a fundraiser or presenting at an event? If yes, you probably ranked high on the Enterprising theme and would be described
Do you love paying attention to detail and organizing efficiently? If yes, you probably ranked high on the Conventional theme and would be described as an “organizer.” Conventional – Potential Competencies People who score high on the Conventional theme are
The United States’ racial demographic certainly doesn’t look the way it did at its inception. Our spritely, young nation has seen monumental waves of immigration as people all over the world make the trek in search of the American Dream.
There is a great deal of research about the role of personality and interests in learning behaviors and outcomes. How can educators and students alike use this information to their benefit?
Many U.S. citizens would be surprised to know that the U.S. Constitution does not mention education. In fact, American citizens do not hold the right to an education. While this may seem like a simple oversight, it makes a significant impact in the legal system.