To inspiring learning, we begin with an understanding of what motivates each brain to learn. The STEP Thinking and Behavioural Preference Report is a concrete tool that allows teachers to have an enhanced understanding of each student. Teachers use this insight to create energised classroom activities that make learning more productive, fun and sustainable. Schools are reporting that student understanding of self and tolerance of their classmates creates a positive environment for learning. STEP can be directly related to improving skills such as Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration and Creativity.
Administrators in education are using STEP to establish a common language and a culture of appreciation. Team performance, leadership and collaboration tools are being applied to enhance communication from the central office to grade level teams. Educational leaders are using the Thinking and Behavioural Preferences as a template for their professional and strategic development meetings. STEP has gained tremendous headway in the United States and is beginning to transform classrooms and impact education around the world.
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