Research and experience have shown that students who have a sound understanding of their strengths and challenges are more likely to reach their academic goals – and be prepared for their future career path.
The AchieveWorks® assessments provides students from 6th to 12th grade with a solid foundation of personal insight that will help them uncover their potential, improve study habits, discover career goals and establish an education plan to achieve their dreams.
- Increase students' self-awareness with AchieveWorks Personality
- Broaden insight into their emotional and other intellectual abilities with AchieveWorks Intelligences
- Uncover and build students' employability skills with AchieveWorks Skills
- Help them perform better academically with AchieveWorks Learning & Productivity
- Compare a student’s intelligences and skills results with a career to target development
9th to 12th grade
Use the enduring power of personality to improve students’ education and career planning. See how students’ personality impacts learning, work and problem solving, communication, collaboration, relationships, and best career options.
8th to 12th grade
Intelligence comes in many forms and can always be further developed. Students who know their multiple intelligences and emotional intelligence strengths can leverage that knowledge to perform better in school and select a satisfying education and career path.
AchieveWorks Learning & Productivity
6th to 12th grade
Decades of research shows that students learn best in different ways and by engaging all their senses. Discover each student’s traditional sensory learning style, environmental and mindset productivity preferences. Show students how understanding their learning styles and productivity preferences can maximize their learning.
10th to 12th grade
There are many critical skills and aptitudes that students should possess to help them prepare for college and the workforce. Give students an advantage by showing them how their skills rank relative to others in a particular career.
To learn more, call Simone Swett at 1-800-468-6927 ext. 4321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.