Student-Centered Learning Solutions

Discover Your Students’ Power Traits for Learning

Your students’ power traits are made up of five dimensions – Talents, Interests, Modality, Environment, and Disposition. These five areas affect how your students learn and behave in the classroom. If you have your students’ power trait information you will be more effective in facilitating their learning.

Solve Classroom Problems

  • Do you have students who spend a lot of time talking to each other instead of working?
  • Do you have students who have trouble following instructions?
  • Do you have students who daydream or doodle in class?
  • Do you have students who always seem to be “in trouble?”
  • Do you have students who don’t get along well with others?

The Self-Portrait™ Power Traits Assessment helps solve these problems!

Approach Struggling Students Through Their Strengths

  • Almost any learning difficulty can be seen through a strengths mindset
  • Your “A.D.D.” student probably has an Imaginative or Curious Disposition.
  • Your “Dyslexic” student probably has a 3-D Talent and a Picture Modality strength.
  • Your “Hyperactive” student probably has a Spontaneous Disposition and a Movement Modality strength.
  • Your bored and unmotivated student probably has untapped Talents and Interests that need to be encouraged.

Self-Portrait™ Power Traits Assessment

The Self-Portrait™ assessment gives you the tools you need to truly implement a student-centered learning approach that creates confidence and eliminates failure for both students and teachers.

Power Traits for Life™

Those who have taken the Self-Portrait™ power traits assessment can go to to learn about their results and how to apply them for a personalized approach to lifelong success.

Click on the links below to explore the 5 dimensions of personalized learning.

  • Disposition: the qualities that impact how you interact with the world.
  • Modalities: the way you process information.
  • Environment: the surroundings you prefer when you need to focus.
  • Interests: the things that you enjoy doing – they are often your #1 motivators.
  • Talents: your natural skills – those things you can do with ease.

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