4 Sciences, completely individualized results.
Being studied by Yale University.
Based on 30 years of peer reviewed research.
The Indigo Assessment blends four different sciences to paint a clear picture of who your students and educators are at the core: Motivators, Behaviors, 21st Century Skills and Social Emotional Indicators.
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How is the Indigo Assessment being used in schools?
The insights from the Indigo Assessment go beyond just individual introspection – this data is the foundation for personalized learning. Schools can aggregate students’ information and begin making the changes necessary to start aligning with who the students natively are and leveraging their unique strengths.
We believe that educators have both the knowledge and experience to use the Indigo Assessment in the way that is best for their school. Although there is no specific way or formula that we give to schools for using Indigo, here are a few examples of how schools can integrate it into their culture. From a high level, schools use Indigo to illustrate certain disconnects that might be happening in the school – everything from faculty and administrator tension to why certain students seem to be struggling in the environment. Teachers can use Indigo to design targeted curriculum, students can make smarter decisions for extracurricular activities and projects in the classroom, and administrators can leverage the workplace readiness skills of both the faculty and students for school-wide initiatives.
Behaviors represent your personality, and style of communication and learning.
Motivators measure your driving forces in life or what you are passionate about.
21ST CENTURY SKILLS
We measure 23 different 21st Century Skills that are aligned with work-force readiness.
Social Emotional Indicators track how people perceive themselves and the world.
Steadiness: patient, supportive, consistent
Compliance: detail-oriented, logical, follow rules
Dominance: direct, blunt, competitive, take initiative
Influencing: talkative, people-oriented, enthusiastic
Traditional: motivated by a set of core beliefs or traditions
Utilitarian: motivated by rewards on investment (i.e. money)
Aesthetic: motivated by beauty, balance, and self-expression
Theoretical: motivated by learning for the sake of learning
Individualistic: motivated by having control and recognition
Social: motivated by giving back and being of service
Interpersonal Skills, Leadership, Personal Effectiveness, Persuasion, Planning and Organization, Presenting, Teamwork, Written Communication, and more.
21st Century Skills
Skills measured: Analytical Problem Solving, Conflict Management, Decision Making, Empathy, Flexibility, Futuristic Thinking, Conflict Management, Goal Orientation, Creativity
Practical Thinking, Self Management, Sensitivity to Others, Integrative Ability, Following Directions, and more.
Social Emotional Indicators
Data points measured: Sense of Self, Empathetic Outlook, Sense of Belonging, Ability to Handle Stress, Self Direction