The Children's DISC + Cognitive Report (Online)
DISC for Children with Cognitive assessment
Combining insights from both “The Children’s Report” and the “Cognitive Report”, this profile offers children and their parents a glimpse into the internal workings and motivators of the assessment taker. The Child’s DISC report, in conjunction with the Cognitive Report, encourages an understanding of your child’s thinking and decision making processes, environmental preferences, and communication styles. It can help students to understand and identify which of the four primary thinking styles are applicable to them (Intuitive, Literal, Experiential or Theoretical.) Armed with this knowledge, the student and their parent/instructor can create learning situations that are optimal for their personality type and thinking style. This can help them to improve their GPA, have more effective study habits, and apply this knowledge to enhance their learning and retention.
To purchase this product, individuals under the age of 14 must obtain parental consent. By making a purchase, you confirm that you are either over the age of 14 or a parent/legal guardian of the person taking the assessment.
- Introduction to the report and what you and your child will learn
- Overview of DISC Behavioral Styles
- Your DISC Style Blend- a description of your child’s specific personality based off of the results of their DISC test
- Your DISC Graph- the results of your child’s DISC test in graph format
- Improving Communication- tips for communicating with your child based off of the parent’s personality
- Intensity of Your DISC Style- shows the characteristics of the intensity of each style within your child
- Using DISC to Improve Relationships- advice for using your understanding of your child’s personality to improve your relationship with them
- Introduction to cognitive thinking styles
- ”Your Cognitive Thinking Style” describes your child’s cognitive thinking style’s general characteristics, strengths, areas for growth, how they act and think when they are working in a group or working alone
- ”How you May Improve Learning” section offers guidance for children with this cognitive style
- Conclusion and guided reflection questions