6 tools in the complete toolkit
There are 6 tools in the complete toolkit
A tool for education professionals to assist them to better understand students and young people from the age of 6 to 18, identifying their strengths and areas of difficulty, giving teachers and other profesionals strategies and recommendations on how to manage these difficulties and give the young person the very best chances.
Spencer3D Early Years
A tool for education professionals that specifically focuses on children under the age of 6. Like Spencer3D Professional, the app helps teachers to better understand the children in their care, identifying their strengths and areas of difficulty, and providing strategies and recommendations on how to manage these difficulties and help the child develop appropriately.
Spencer3D for Parents
Our parent tool enables parents to access professional guidance and advice to help build stronger and more healthy relationships at home. Completing the questionnaire provides parents with strategies and practical tips to help support children at home.
Spencer3D Young Person
Young people often find themselves facing challenging and difficult situations which put them under pressure. Spencer3D for young people gives them an opportunity to complete a self assessment profile, they can then see tips and hints on how to address the things they find most difficult mentally.
Spencer3D ASK Learner
A tool for students to assess their attributes and skills which affect their learning behaviours. A series of questions identify their strengths and areas for development and then provides tips and strategies to help them strengthen their areas for development. The tool helps students to develop their metacognition and understanding of self.
Spencer3D ASK Professional
The ASK Professional allows educators to identify the strengths and areas for development of all students. Done in conjunction with the Student ASK, it enables a coaching and mentoring approach to conversations about learning behaviours with students, helping to develop personal learning journeys.