The Personal Responsibility program is about goal setting and achievement for academic, career and personal success. This program helps individuals develop the ability to set clear and attainable goals and, most importantly, to develop the necessary skills to help them successfully achieve those goals. Individuals also learn to accept responsibility for their own actions regardless of the outcome of the attempt to reach their goal.
How does it work?
The Conover Online 3-Step Process
Step 1 – Pre-Assessment
The user takes a pre-assessment called the Personal Responsibility Map to measure their current abilities.
The results of the Personal Responsibility Map show which skills the user has a high level of competency in already and those skills that need improvement.
Step 2 – Skill Building Units
For the skills that need improvement, skill building units are automatically assigned to the user to provide targeted instruction to help them improve those skills.
Sample Skill Building Unit
Step 3 – Measure Growth
Once a user completes a skill building unit, the user takes a post-assessment to remeasure that skill in order to track improvement of their skills.