Students get inspired as understanding of type helps them learn to accept themselves and others in a positive way. This self-knowledge leads to better performance in academics, and reveals healthy strategies for managing their behavior and reducing conflicts in relationships.
Teachers will discover a systematic and easy-to-learn approach that takes differences between students into account, helping them to develop lesson plans that address diverse learning needs, making assignments that play to students' strengths and stretches, and creating tests that more accurately reflect learning.
Counselors will find assessment results that provide an easily understood framework for shedding light on behaviors that can be either helpful or disruptive. A student's type has impact on their interests, activities, interaction with others, response to authority, and career choices.
Educational consultants will readily identify both people and process improvements that lead to better learning for students, more effective teaching, and increased understanding between school administrators, team leaders, and teachers—all of whom are responsible for student success.