At Commonwealth Tutoring, we believe in the power of personalized learning and the importance of understanding our students’ unique behavioral traits. One of the tools that has been gaining attention in the educational field is the DISC assessment. Originally created by psychologist William Moulton Marston, the DISC theory focuses on four primary behavioral traits: Dominance (D), Influence (I), Steadiness (S), and Conscientiousness (C).

To help you delve deeper into the world of DISC, we’ve curated a list of five essential resources that shed light on the use and benefits of the DISC assessment in educational settings:

  1. NCAA: DISC Behavioral Assessments: This article from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) provides an overview of how the DISC assessment is used in the context of sports, showcasing its versatility and applicability in various fields.
  2. DISC Personality and the College or Trade School Debate: This blog post from DISC Insights discusses the role of DISC personality assessments in guiding students’ decisions about college or trade school, highlighting the practical implications of understanding one’s DISC profile.
  3. Using DISC to Help Students Succeed: Extended DISC offers insights into how the DISC assessment can be used to help students succeed, emphasizing the importance of personalized learning approaches.
  4. A study on PubMed: For those interested in the scientific backing of the DISC assessment, this study available on PubMed provides a deeper dive into the research behind DISC.
  5. Assessments & Tests for Choice of Major and Career: Degree Choices discusses various assessments and tests, including DISC, that can help students make informed decisions about their majors and careers.

We hope these resources provide a valuable starting point for your exploration into the DISC assessment and its potential to enhance personalized learning. As always, we’re here to support your learning journey and help unlock your inner excellence.


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