What is the goal of the StudentKeys program?
PeopleKeys believes that every student has unlimited potential. Our mission is to help students flourish in school, career, and life by identifying and encouraging their natural personal strengths in several critical areas.
What does the StudentKeys program include?
The program has six components vital to a student’s life: Personality Styles (communication preferences), Perceptual Styles (learning preferences), Cognitive Styles (thinking preferences), Values Styles (motivational preferences), Career Choices (based upon personality preferences), and Goal Setting (using all preferences to set goals). Five of the workbooks include short assessments that identify the individual’s “style” and how he/she can maximize strengths and appreciate limits. The six workbooks are available separately or as a complete package.
Who can benefit from StudentKeys?
High school students, home school students, and college students are the target audience for the StudentKeys Program. Learn more by clicking the links below.
- StudentKeys for High School Students
- StudentKeys for Homeschool Students
- StudentKeys for College and University Students
Is StudentKeys appropriate for students that haven’t started high school yet?
Absolutely. Though the target audience is high school and above, parents using a leader’s guide can tailor instruction for students at any level, regardless of age. If your child is very young, however, you might consider starting with The Children’s Profile.
The Children’s Profile is designed specifically with younger audiences in mind.
Who uses StudentKeys assessments?
Teachers, administrators, parents, and programs that use these assessments in some capacity to help students discover their personal strengths include:
- High school guidance counselors
- TRIO federally-funded programs
- School-to-work programs
- Orientation departments/office of first-year experience
- Student services/student affairs departments
- Nontraditional student services
- Academic support offices
- At-risk programs
- Behavioral psychology classes
- Self-discovery classes
- Soft-skills/Life-skills classes
- Career services departments
- Career advisors/counselors/developers
- Home school college prep programs
- Home school career development programs
Are there teaching materials I can use to help guide students through the StudentKeys program?
Leader’s guides are available for each workbook (six leader’s guides total). The guides follow each workbook page by page. Leader’s guides were designed to help administer the assessment and workbook material in a one-hour time frame or longer. Leader’s guides cover each workbook’s contents, background theory, tips on class exercises, ideas for group discussions, and suggestions to get the most out of each workbook. The six leader’s guides are available separately or as a complete package.