Student report examples
All our Education reports have been developed in partnership with teachers, learners, students and partners in the Education sector. The graphic represents the student's primary working strength, whilst the reports are based upon the complicated mix of strengths and factors that make up his/her natural working style. Click on the links to view PDF examples.
Approach to Learning
Used to inform personalised learning plans and teaching strategies. Developed for use with students from Year 9.
Used as general self-awareness report to explore the student's natural style and attributes. Developed for use with students from Year 9.
Used by students to help them settle in and build self-awareness & confidence. Developed for students from Year 9.
Working in Teams
Used to build team & communication skills and maturity. Developed for use with students from Year 10.
Used to help prepare mindsets for exams. Developed for use from Year 11.
Used to help identify and express a student's strengths, qualities and attributes to create powerful UCAS applications and performance at interview. Developed for use with students from Year 12.
For career and employability sessions, used in preparations for work and university interviews. Developed for use with students from Year 13.
Explore Your Approach to Learning
An activity-based report to help students explore their own learning preferences and strategies. Ideal as Personalised Learning resource for both classroom and home to facilitate parental engagement and support. Developed for use with students from Year 9.
Relating to Others
Used by educators with students as a vehicle to gain understanding of self and by others in order to build positive relationships – with peers, educators, authority, groups, establishments or communities. As well as a general overview of their style, the report explores how the individual will contribute to groups, adapt in tough times and naturally interact with other styles. It is intended as a coaching document and is rounded up with some invaluable “Top relationship tips”.
Approach to New Learning and Skills
Just as people display various styles of preferred behaviour when working, they also develop a variety of ways to cope with new tasks, learning and training. Broadly based on four patterns of learning – Realistic, Active, Reflective and Analytical – this report is designed to give information on how an individual prefers to learn, those strategies which will suit him best and how he may react to different learning scenarios. Suitable for use from age 16+, with both students and staff in either vocational or non-vocational training contexts.
Personalised Reports for careers, employability and self employment activities. May be used in isolation, but become more powerful still when used in conjunction with the Self Awareness automated Job-Matching system to compare soft skills of the student or candidate with those of either existing vacancies or potential careers.
Ideal for use in Further Education employability sessions to determine and help students articulate their contribution to the workplace in order to create powerful application and interview strategies. Developed for use with students from 16+ onwards. Powerful as a complete solution when used in conjunction with the Soft Skills Summary below in the unique Self Awareness automated Job-Matching system, where Candidates' soft-skills profiles are compared with those of an Employer's Job vacancy. See EMPLOYABILITY and CONTACT us for more information.
Ideal for use in Further Education in conjunction with the above Candidate Feedback report as a profile of the student for prospective employers. Developed for use with students from 16+ onwards Also used by employers when reviewing Short Lists from our unique Self Awareness automated Job-Matching system, where Candidates' soft-skills profiles are compared with those of an Employer's Job vacancy. See EMPLOYABILITY and CONTACT us for more information.
Supports discussions around self-employment and business start-up. Considers the person's qualities, probable challenges and coping strategies. Developed for use with persons from the age of 17 onwards.
Soft Skills Summary
Profile of the soft skills requirements for Job Vacancies. Created by completion of our Job Footprint® diagnostic. May be created by Employers partnering Educators in Employability initiatives, or by advisers in careers sessions. Combined with the unique Self Awareness automated Job-Matching system, however, the soft-skills profile generated may then be used to create Short Lists of Candidates according to their closeness of fit with the profile of the job. See EMPLOYABILITY and CONTACT
At a time when Employers increasingly look for Entrepreneurial skills in their recruits, this report is invaluable in Employability discussions to support articulation of the attributes students might offer. Also ideal for preparing for community-based activities such as the new National Citizenship Service projects. Considers the person's qualities, probable challenges and coping strategies. Developed for use with persons from the age of 17 onwards.
Personal Interview Techniques
Developed for use in Higher Education. Intended to help the individual select a career that suits his/her natural working strengths... and succeed in getting it! It includes a review of their own style, strengths and weaknesses, interview preparation and strategy tips as well as a section that, if wished, may be attached for a recruiter's attention in support of their application. This report is ideal for graduates seeking their first role.
Staff report examples
Dependent upon context, these reports might be equally relevant to academic or non-academic staff. The graphic represents the person's primary working strength, whilst the reports are based upon the complicated mix of strengths and factors that make up his/her natural working style. Click on the links to view PDF examples.
Approach to Teaching
Developed in conjunction with teachers and other partners in the Education sector, this report is intended as intelligence for the reflective practitioner and to allow staff experience of a personalised Self Awareness DISC report. Best used in along with their own In-Tune(R) Tutor-Student harmony indicator and their tutees' Approach to Learning reports.
Leadership & Management Style
One of our suite of Corporate reports - invaluable for existing, aspiring or newly promoted posts.
Self Awareness Profile
A multi-context report that gives an overview of an individual’s preferred working style as well as their qualities, foundations, motivators and values to an organisation. Additionally, it incorporates how the person is adapting their style in order to cope in their current circumstances. Changes to style are not uncommon, but may occasionally be a source of stress. Available as instant feedback to the completer of the diagnostic, this can therefore be an invaluable discussion document in developmental meetings – particularly when partnered with one or more of the role-specific reports.