Directions: Please rate how much each statement fits you (or the person you are filling the form in for). Respond on the basis of what you are like now, not how you would like to be or how you think you should be. Click the button under the statement that most accurately reflects the way you see yourself. If you are filling this form in for someone else please enter their information under ‘Personal info’ (except maybe for the email address!)
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*This online assessment is neither a comprehensive assessment nor a diagnostic tool. It merely provides directional information to serve as a starting point for helping your child.
Surely one of the best ways to generate motivation in ourselves and others is by dangling rewards? How Rewards Can Backfire and Reduce Motivation. This is the underpinning research from 1973 (yes that is old!) buff.ly/2zJoh7s
Be aware there are more than 100 academically accepted definitions of high-ability and they all come with their own solutions, before seeking support check with your professional which definition they embrace and see if it fit yours. buff.ly/2APK0rk
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