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"Anything that can be measured, can be improved."

Michael Dell, Founder and CEO of Dell Inc.

CONAT™ is an accurate, reliable and scientifically validated assessment. It measures the entire thinking process, mental abilities like dynamic IQ, focus, decision making ability, study pattern, natural strengths & learning nature.

Students of Grades

8 to 12

Measures

Measure

The student takes the CONAT assessment, and is measured on various parameters of cognition and learning such as Dynamic IQ, Decision Making Ability, Focus Factor and Natural Learning Strengths.

Identify

Understand the space in which the student exists, their learning capacities, learning methods, learning styles, learning pace, thinking pattern etc. 

Discover

Discover new ways, methods and strategies for the student to absorb information and find a new spirit in learning; where his interests lie and what will be the suitable path for higher education.

CONAT™ measures a Students' ability to learn, adapt, solve problems, and follow instructions.

The Student Cognition Analytics derived from
CONAT™ helps to determine the following:


HOW QUICKLY CAN A STUDENT LEARN NEW CONCEPTS?

CAN THE STUDENT
THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX?

CAN THE STUDENT
UNDERSTAND PROBLEM NEEDS?

IS THE STUDENT ABLE TO COME UP WITH
SOLUTIONS TO NEW PROBLEMS?

CAN THE STUDENT OFFER
NEW IDEAS?



These are all very valuable insights to know about a Student called as Higher Order Thinking Skills.

Parameters of CONAT™:

DYNAMIC INTELLIGENCE QUOTIENT

Dynamic Intelligence Quotient measures the students reasoning ability; How they use information and logic to a given situation, problem and make inferences. Identifying and measuring DIQ showcases one's reasoning skills, long term and short term memory.

DECISION MAKING ABILITY

Decision Making Ability is a conclusion or resolution reached after consideration; it is an act of or need for making up one's mind. It is one of the most important factors for any aspect of life.

FOCUS FACTOR

Focus Factor is defined as the ability to focus on something particular, in this case, learning. It is the ability of the student to use his reasoning and logic and inferences for  a given situation or problem.

COGNITIVE CAPACITY

Cognitive Capacity is the overall efficiency of your brain. Higher the CC, better is the efficiency to store, process and retrieve information. It can be understood as learner's efficiency

SELF ESTIMATION

Self Estimation is the ability & capacity of a person to take up that task which depends on his estimation regarding oneself.

DOMINANT THINKING PATTERN

As we all know, the thinking process has both logical and creative capabilities. Some tend to think more logical than creative, while others have creative as dominant thinking. An awareness of dominant thinking pattern empowers the student for designing learning strategies and the educator to fine tune to unique learning needs of students.

NATURAL LEARNING STRENGTHS

Natural Learning Strength are the unique ways or abilities  that a student has to learn and acquires information. Awareness of these core strengths gives access to create personalised learning strategies. There are 8 factors - Kinesthetic, Logical, Musical, Linguistic, Intra Personal, Inter Personal, Naturalistic & Visual and Creative. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

From Defining the Self to Creating the Future

The path that the CONAT Assessment takes is to define the present state of the student first, understand the parameters in which they are distinct, and then designing a roadmap with those parameters, thus creating a future using that roadmap.

Designing Roadmap
Selecting
Defining
Defining
Collecting Information
Analysis
Interpretation
Learning & Development
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The Foundation of CONAT™

CONAT has been created in collaboration with Centre for Research in Applied Cognitive Sciences, a research and development organisation in the field of Cognitive Science, Psychology and Education.

CONAT is based on the theories of Howard Gardner (Multiple Intelligence Theory), Jean Piaget (Theory of Cognitive Development) and Cognitive Science, Education Technology Application.

Theory of Cognitive Development

JEAN PIAGET

11-16 years

Theoretical, Hypothetical and Counterfactual Thinking

Abstract and Logical Reasoning

Strategy and Planning becomes possible

Concepts learned in one context can be applied to another

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Multiple Intelligence Theory

HOWARD GARDNER

Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory is applied in CONAT, and CONAT is able to quantify the child's intelligence into 8 distinct parameters:

Kinesthetic

Logical

Intrapersonal

Interpersonal

Linguistic

Naturalistic

Visual Creative

Musical

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COGNITIVE SCIENCE

Education Technology Application

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97.5%

who took the pathway as per their Natural abilities and Cognitive capacities recommended by the assessment turned out to be high performers in Grade 11 & 12

Published in INFOKARA : A University Grants Commission (UGC) Approved Journal; Ref: Infokara_V8_575-582

 

Research findings, Developments, Evidence Reports, Case Studies published in reputed Journals

Indian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Development
The International Journal of Indian Psychology
National Journal for Multidisciplinary Research & Development
International Journal of Applied Research
International Journal of Scientific Research & Modern Education
International Journal of Advanced Research in Education & Technology
International Journal of Education & Psychological Research
International Organization of Scientific Research
Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research
International Journal of Current Research
International Journal of Academic Research & Development
International Journal of Scientific Research & Education
IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education
European Journal of Behavioural Sciences
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