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At Xillo, we champion transformative education through our Integrated Learning Initiative, aiming to empower informed career decisions. Our comprehensive analysis is dedicated to illuminating your or your child’s capabilities, guiding toward paths that perfectly align with aspirations and strengths.
KNOWING YOURSELF GIVES WINGs TO SUCCESS

TrueSelf Discovery Identifier (TDI)®

TDI® which deciphers an individual’s unique attributes through a distinctive analysis. Scientific research has shown that this analysis is intricately linked to the simultaneous development of the brain while still in the mother’s womb.

TDI® identifies individual strengths, learning styles, and potential career paths, ensuring that education aligns with innate abilities.

TrueSelf Discovery Identifier (TDI)®

TrueSelf Discovery Identifier (TDI)® will reveal following information about your child. TDI technique has been developed by scientists and research experts from world renowned universities and it is based on knowledge from Genetics, Embryology, Dermatoglyphics, Psychology and Neuroscience.

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At Xillo, we champion transformative education through our Integrated Learning Initiative, aiming to empower informed career decisions. Our comprehensive analysis is dedicated to illuminating your or your child’s capabilities, guiding toward paths that perfectly align with aspirations and strengths.

TDI® for Children

Unlocking potential and guiding educational paths for ages 10 to 12 based on unique strengths and learning styles.

TDI® for Teenagers

Unveiling innate strengths and learning styles to empower informed career decisions during the pivotal high school years.

TDI® for Adults

Empowering self-awareness and guiding decisions through innate traits, aiding personal and professional growth in adulthood.

TDI® for Corporates

Unlocking insights into employees' innate traits to optimize team dynamics and enhance human resource strategies within a company.

8 Multiple Intelligences

The theory suggests that individuals have varying levels of competence in each intelligence, and these intelligences can develop independently of each other. It has had a significant impact on education, suggesting that educators should consider diverse ways of teaching to accommodate different types of intelligence and learning styles in individuals.

The Theory of Multiple Intelligences suggests that intelligence isn’t a singular, fixed quality, but a set of distinct abilities that individuals possess to varying degrees. Initially identified seven types of intelligence and later expanded the list to include others.
Proficiency in language, involving reading, writing, speaking, and understanding words. Individuals with high linguistic intelligence often excel in writing, public speaking, storytelling, and learning foreign languages.
Strength in reasoning, logic, and problem-solving. People strong in this area think conceptually and abstractly, easily understanding patterns, relationships, and connections. They often excel in mathematics, science, and strategic planning.
Mastery of visual perception, mental imagery, and spatial judgment. Individuals with high spatial intelligence tend to excel in activities that involve visualising, creating mental images, map reading, and navigation.
Sensitivity to rhythm, pitch, melody, and tone. People with musical intelligence may have a strong inclination towards music composition, playing musical instruments, singing, and recognising various musical patterns.
Proficiency in physical abilities, coordination, and motor skills. Those with high bodily-kinesthetic intelligence often excel in physical activities, sports, dancing, acting, and crafts that require hands-on dexterity.
Understanding and interacting effectively with others. People with high interpersonal intelligence easily empathise, communicate, and collaborate with others, making them great leaders, negotiators, counsellors, and team players.
Self-awareness, self-reflection, and understanding one’s emotions and motivations. Individuals with strong intrapersonal intelligence are introspective, understand their own feelings, motivations, and goals deeply.
Understanding the natural world, ecosystems, flora, and fauna. Those with high naturalistic intelligence have a deep appreciation for nature, often displaying skills in gardening, farming, animal care, and environmental science.

Unlock Success with Xillo's Integrated Learning Initiative

At Xillo, we champion Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as the cornerstone of progressive individual and corporate growth. CPD represents an ongoing commitment to enhancing skills through comprehensive training, fostering a culture of continuous learning within schools and organisations.

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