Recommends and gives suggestions on using learning style inventories – assessing your students and helping them in the most personal way – very informative
3) DVC Learning Style Survey for College (2000) www.metamath.com/lsweb/dvclearn.htm
Very informative site – are you a visual, audio, or tactile/ kinesthetic learner. After finding out what style you learn best with – then it gives you strategies to work with your style. I especially like how it focuses on college students. Many times we don’t even learn how to learn until college. Perhaps they should use these for grade school kids and be able to help them more.
4) Kiersey Temperament Sorter, Advisor Team Inc, (2004) www.advisorteam.com/temperament_sorter/
5) International High IQ Society Intelligence Tests
In depth assessments – different types - only problem – they make a big deal about high IQ, which can make you feel inadequate if you don’t score high – but chances are everyone will score high on one kind – just not all of them.
• (Culture Fair Test) Spatial and Logical concepts http://www.highiqsociety.org/noflash/nonmembers/iqtests.htm
• (Verbal IQ Test) http://www.highiqsociety.org/noflash/nonmembers/iqtests.htm
• (Timed Test) Verbal, math, spatial reasoning, and problem solving skills http://www.highiqsociety.org/noflash/nonmembers/iqtests.htm
6) Paragon Learning Style Inventory (PLSI) Version 48A (2000)
7) Fuel Station Diagnostic Assessments
Very simple website with great assessments – do all three
• Brain Dominance Diagnostic
10) Discovery Channel http://www.Discoverychannel.com
11) Makes original puzzles based on words you supply
12) 2Learn Education Society http://www.2learn.ca
cute site with good information on and getting started tools for creating your own rubrics.
14) Online assessments: www.onlinetrainingsolutions.com
Many assessments targeted toward adults/employment and business type - including - True Colors, Social Styles, Leadership 360, teams goals, time management and more.
15) Rubrics k-12
19) Learning Style Inventory www.learingstyle.com
good information about learning styles – the inventory itself costs a few bucks – but we took it for another class and it was a very good assessment.
22) Walter McKenzie’s Surfaquarium - Multiple Intelligence
23) Learning Style Inventory http://www.clat.psu.edu/gems/Other/LSI/LSI.htm
24) Emotional Intelligence http://health.ivillage.com/
• Health & Well-Being: Free Emotional Intelligence Test
25) What Is Your Emotional Intelligence Quotient?