A recently published book co-authored by Dr. Graham Passmore (Associate Professor, Thunder Bay campus) aims to provide readers with a deeper understanding of Identity Structure Analysis (ISA). The text uses patterns in theoretical data sets to create reports for different ISA identity variants. The patterns are then used to uncover guidance for mentorship sessions for the purposes of professional development. The text also introduces an ISA mobile app. The app was created to add to the capabilities of an extant analytic ISA software in that it will make data collection possible on a phone or other small screen device.
The book was co-authored by Julie Prescott (University of Law, UK), and builds on a prior publication from 2019: Identity Structure Analysis and Teacher Mentorship: Across the Context of Schools and the Individual.