WeAdvance is a dynamic online curriculum focused on achieving post secondary, career development, and lifelong satisfaction and success. The program engages students, helps them to see the significance of their education, and connects success in school to their future goals. Students using WeAdvance will gain confidence, build the skills needed to thrive in post secondary education, acquire healthy habits, define personal success, plan for the future, and increase their motivation to achieve academically.

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Solid Academic Foundation

WeAdvance is the first career development program founded in social sciences and career development theory that incorporates personality type, learning styles and multiple intelligences theory. Personality Type, Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences assessment results are fully integrated with the WeAdvance curriculum. Students love that the user-friendly interactive electronic textbook is available in their secure portfolio anywhere, any time through the Internet and that the content moves quick from theory to practical application. The career development program includes activities, self-scoring quizzes, and journal entries in every chapter to develop critical thinking skills by reflecting on the material and applying it to their own lives.

Educators, counsellors and advisors each have personal accounts where they can access their students’ portfolios. The ability to track progress and manage classes also allows for early identification of at-risk students with low motivation so appropriate action can be taken.

All professional users receive full technical and curriculum training so you can get the most out of WeAdvance. Additional resources are available, including classroom extension exercises. If a question arises regarding our career development products, our friendly customer service staff will be happy to help you over the phone or by email.

Easy to Implement and Use

WeAdvance costs nothing for institutions to use. Instead, the program is sold directly to students, just like a traditional textbook. The price of the program per student is considerably less expensive than most textbooks. Students can purchase their individual portfolios through your bookstore or by credit card or debit card from Keys to Succeed.

WeAdvance can be delivered via traditional face-to-face, distance learning, or a hybrid of both methods. WeAdvance may be used by a number of departments with a variety of initiatives aimed at student success and persistence, including:

I found it very helpful that I can read and finish the class anywhere by simply logging online from a computer or my phone.


Sophisticated, yet simple

  • Available online, any time, anywhere, on any device – no app, download or installation necessary
  • Integrated quizzes, journal entries, videos and activities within chapters keep students engaged and learning
  • Meets standards developed by the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS)

Manageable and easy to use

  • Professionals work within Keys to Succeed’s Professional Tools
  • See completed work and intervene promptly if students are falling behind
  • Precision learning reports provide greater insight with multiple forms of measurement
  • Use groups for easy communication and reporting within a class or section
  • Additional resources include test banks are printable copies of what’s in the chapter content, not extended presentations and supplemental activities

Flexible content and delivery

  • Teach online, in the classroom, or employ a hybrid of both without needing more physical space
  • Inform students about school services by customizing text and links within chapters
  • Reorder or remove chapters to suit your needs

Career exploration and planning

  • View selected college majors and assessment results with career interests
  • Search by keyword or filter by assessment results, education requirements or career area
  • Add notes, rate and save careers to personal portfolio

Personalized accounts

  • Secure delivery through individual accounts and portfolios
  • Students receive messages from professionals in their account
  • Add a profile photo and important files to share

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is personality type such a good predictor of career satisfaction and success?

Personality type is the innate way people naturally see the world and make decisions - a set of basic drives and motivations that remain constant throughout a person’s life. Values, skills, and interests are quite fluid in young people and often change significantly as they grow older. Learning about their Personality Types provides students with accurate and invaluable insights about themselves and their career-related needs. This enables them to make the most informed, satisfying, college and career decisions.

What are multiple intelligences?

In 1983 Dr. Howard Gardner proposed the theory of multiple intelligences that states there is more than one type of intelligence. The list of intelligences is based upon specific criteria and continues to evolve over time...

Intelligence is the capacity to process information and produce ideas and products that are useful to the current culture. The theory of multiple intelligences is a complete way of viewing intelligence. Information, ideas and products come in many forms, and so a measure of multiple intelligences can help find more areas for students to be successful in school and their personal life.

Multiple Intelligences identifies nine distinct intelligences

  1. Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence involves the ability to move and manipulate your body and objects within your environment in a fine-tuned, coordinated manner. It includes the ability to control both gross and fine motor muscles and coordinating the mind and body to control muscle groups so as to perform and remember body movements.
  2. Existential Intelligence involves the ability to view the big picture of how the world works and to ask questions that go beyond our normal sensory experiences. People with a high level of this intelligence tend to seek answers to difficult questions and seem more aware of their place in the world, and how everything fits together.
  3. Interpersonal Intelligence includes understanding and working with people, establishing and maintaining person-to-person relationships, seeing the world from another’s perspective, communicating well verbally and nonverbally, cooperating in a group, having influence, and responding to the mood, temperament and intentions of others.
  4. Intrapersonal Intelligence includes the ability to understand oneself. This intelligence enables you to objectively reflect upon your own thinking and behavior, learn from that reflection, seek future self-improvement, and establish inner self-confidence.
  5. Linguistic Intelligence includes the ability to understand and use language effectively in reading, writing, speaking, and other symbolic forms, such as sign language and Braille. It also affects vocabulary and the ability to recognize and use humor, create verbal images, understand language patterns, and recognize relationships between words.
  6. Logical-Mathematical Intelligence includes a good ability to reason inductively (make conclusions based on observations) and deductively (make conclusions based on hypotheses). This intelligence also involves finding relationships between abstract ideas, recognizing logical sequences and patterns, recognizing problems and solving them.
  7. Musical Intelligence is the ability to play an instrument or sing, and encompasses a number of other capacities such as: recognizing and distinguishing tones, tonal patterns, rhythm and beat, discerning and differentiating sounds, enjoying and analyzing music, understanding musical structures, and creating melodies and rhythms.
  8. Naturalist Intelligence involves being able to recognize, appreciate and classify various features in the environment:. It also allows one to see the connections between different parts of the environment, to easily recognize when environmental changes occur, and to understand what impacts those changes might have.
  9. Spatial Intelligence includes the ability to perceive objects accurately, transform and recreate images, and recognize how shapes and objects relate to each other. Spatial intelligence can be employed through touch and even hearing.

What criteria is used to define an intelligence?

Dr. Howard Gardner defined the criteria for an intelligence as...

  • The potential for brain isolation by brain damage
  • Its place in evolutionary history
  • The presence of core operations
  • Susceptibility to encoding (symbolic expression)
  • A distinct developmental progression
  • The existence of savants, prodigies and other exceptional people
  • Support from experimental psychology and psychometric findings

Source: Wikipedia

What are the preferences in Productivity Preferences?

Productivity Preferences analyzes 16 different preferences...

Immediate environment (sound, heat, light and design)

  1. Likes Quiet vs. Likes Sound
  2. Dim Light vs. Bright Light
  3. Cool Environment vs. Warm Environment
  4. Informal Design vs. Formal Design

Emotionality (motivation, responsibility, persistence and structure)

  1. Low Motivation vs. High Motivation
  2. Low Persistence vs. High Persistence
  3. Less Structure vs. More Structure

Sociological needs (self-oriented, peer-oriented, adult-oriented or combined ways)

  1. Prefers Learning Alone vs. Prefers Learning with Peers
  2. Low Authority Motivation vs. High Authority Motivation

Physical needs (perceptual preference(s), time of day, food intake and mobility)

  1. Low Auditory vs. High Auditory
  2. Low Visual vs. High Visual
  3. Low Tactile vs. High Tactile
  4. Low Kinesthetic vs. High Kinesthetic
  5. No Intake vs. Likes Intake
  6. Late Day vs. Early Day
  7. No Mobility vs. Likes Mobility

What are the four dimensions of personality type?

The personality type model describes four basic aspects of human personality, called dimensions because each one can be viewed as a continuum between opposite extremes. Those dimensions are:

  • Extraversion vs Introversion (E/I) identifies where they tend to focus their attention and gain most of their energy (the outer world or the inner world)
  • Sensing vs Intuition (S/N) describes what type of information they tend to gather, and what they are naturally aware of (concrete details or abstract ideas)
  • Thinking/Feeling (T/F) determines how they tend to evaluate that information, make decisions and reach conclusions (objectively based on logic, or subjectively based on values)
  • Judging/Perceiving (J/P) assesses how they tend to relate to the outer world of everyday life (by seeking structure and closure, or by remaining open and spontaneous)

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