SchoolPlace Big Five Profile™ Products—Empowering youth with self-awareness
Based on more than twenty years of brain and personality research, the Center for Applied Cognitive Studies developed a suite of state-of-the-art products focused on the Five-Factor Model of Personality. All assessments and training programs are normative and exclude biases often found in the schoolplace.
The Owner’s Manual for Personality from 12 to 22
By Pierce J. Howard, Ph.D. and Jane Mitchell Howard, MBA. How the Big Five Personality Traits affect adolescents at school, at home, in their careers, and in their relationships.
Assessments and Trait Report for the SchoolPlace Big Five Profile™4.0
The Center for Applied Cognitive Studies offers two forms of the SchoolPlace Big Five Profile™- a long form and a short form. The long form is completed either online or on paper and the short form version is a self-scoring paper test used when the long form is not practical or possible.
Based upon the Five-Factor Model of Personality, the SchoolPlace Trait Report displays a young person’s five supertraits and twenty-three subtrait scores from the SchoolPlace assessment and shows them on a multi-page, multi-color, easy to read continuum scale.
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Focus Reports for the SchoolPlace Big Five Profile™ 4.0
The SchoolPlace Career Guider analyzes an individual’s strengths and weaknesses in comparison to the competencies required for a specific job. This report analyzes best fits in career development, as well as identifies a strategy to leverage the strengths and minimize the weaknesses for efficient job performance.
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For detailed information and applications of the Career Guider, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SchoolPlace Learner Report looks at a student’s academic performance goals, social learning styles, distractions, error, and cooperative learning. It helps identify how much energy a student should put into relationships and interests, whether he or she should be a well-rounded student or focus on becoming a subject specialist, traditional vs. one-on-one learning, how to cope with inevitable stressors, understanding tendencies toward errors, etc. The Learner Report presents roles required for overall successful team learning and how naturally those traits support each role.
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For detailed information and applications of the Learner Report, contact us at email@example.com.
The SchoolPlace Leader Report analyzes trait scores to help better understand an individual’s strengths and challenges as a leader. In addition to using the WorkPlace Big Five Profile™ framework, this report offers feedback incorporating popular leadership models. This report helps analyze leadership styles and leadership aptitude.
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For detailed information and applications of the Leader Report, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.