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Looking at the Strong Scales as Puzzle Pieces

Feb 4, 2016 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

When we have a client with unique results on the Strong Interest Inventory® assessment, we practitioners can find ourselves doing a double take … or at least some serious head scratching.

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Gender and the Strong Interest Inventory®: Two of the Most Common Questions

Jan 19, 2016 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

When we have a client with unique results on the Strong Interest Inventory® assessment, we practitioners can find ourselves doing a double take … or at least some serious head scratching.

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Putting E–I and S–N together to support student success, Part 2

Dec 22, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The first step in teaching students to thrive in any classroom is to have them identify the teaching style of their teachers...

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Putting E–I and S–N together to support student success

Dec 16, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The first step in teaching students to thrive in any classroom is to have them identify the teaching style of their teachers...

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Challenging Strong Interest Inventory® Profiles: Be Not Afraid!

Dec 8, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

When we have a client with unique results on the Strong Interest Inventory® assessment, we practitioners can find ourselves doing a double take … or at least some serious head scratching.

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How do you know when a teacher prefers Intuition?

Dec 2, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The first step in teaching students to thrive in any classroom is to have them identify the teaching style of their teachers...

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Adding Sensing and Intuition to the learning mix

Nov 19, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The first step in teaching students to thrive in any classroom is to have them identify the teaching style of their teachers...

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Ask an Expert Webinar: Challenging and Unique Strong Interest Inventory® Profiles

Nov 16, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

This webinar will offer practical guidelines and advice you can rely on when you're not sure what to make of your student or client results.

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What about faculty who prefer Introversion?

Oct 30, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The first step in teaching students to thrive in any classroom is to have them identify the teaching style of their teachers...

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I think my teacher prefers Extraversion. Now what?

Jul 24, 2015 in Eye on Edu | 0 comments

The first step in teaching students to thrive in any classroom is to have them identify the teaching style of their teachers...

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