Student Styles Questionnaire

SSQ

The Student Styles Questionnaire (SSQ) measures students' styles of learning, relating, and working. It is patterned after the original Jungian constructs that were popularized by Myers and Briggs.

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  • SSQ Complete Kit
    0158798007 Qualification Level B

    Includes Manual, Classroom Applications Booklet, package of 5 Ready Score Answer Documents, Question Booklet.

    In stock $96.50

  • SSQ Manual
    0158798015 Qualification Level B

    In stock $132.50

  • SSQ Classroom Applications Booklet;
    0158798023 Qualification Level B

    Pkg of 25

    In stock $40.25

  • SSQ Question Booklets
    015879804X Qualification Level B

    Pkg of 25

    In stock $113.25

  • SSQ Ready Score Answer Documents
    0158798090 Qualification Level B

    Manual scoring, Pkg of 25

    In stock $59.00

Overview

Age range:
8:0 - 17:11; Grades 3 -12
Publication date:
1996
Qualification level:
B
Completion time:
Untimed; less than 30 minutes
Scoring options:
Manual Scoring
Norms:
Prevalence-based T scores based on representative sample of 7,902 student

Product Details

SSQ measures preferences, not actual behaviors, so students are encouraged to respond in terms of what they like to do.

Benefits

  • Use results for grouping students for cooperative learning tasks.
  • Explore vocational and prevocational choices.
  • Assist in social and emotional counseling.
  • Plan intervention strategies appropriate to a student's particular style.

Features

SSQ analyzes students in four scales: Extroverted/Introverted, Thinking/Feeling, Practical/Imaginative, and Organized/Flexible.

  • Includes 69 forced-choice questions related to real-life situations to express their individual styles.
  • Each item is a brief description of an everyday event, followed by two mutually exclusive alternative responses that indicate the student's preferred style.
  • The classroom applications booklet provides teachers and guidance counselors with ideas for activities in specific subject areas for each student style.