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A presentation from Tim Stensager at the Westside Institute.

A presentation from Tim Stensager at the Westside Institute.

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  • In the end, though, the most fundamental accomplishment of Navigation 101 can be summed up with this graphic: Navigation’s combination of personalized education, responsibility, and academic challenge helps students plan for the future with hope and gives them tangible achievements to make their hopes and dreams possible.
    The districts that have been using Navigation have found it to be a powerful force for change. We hope you will as well.
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    • 1. Courage! It is not always rational
    • 2. To provide students with the opportunity to become responsible citizens, to contribute to their own economic well being and to that of their families and communities, and to enjoy productive and satisfying lives. What is this from?
    • 3. Classroom Core Instruction Navigation 101 PBS/PBIS Safe & Civil Schools Responsive Services Individual Support/Plan Intensive Intervention TIER 1: 80% of Students TIER 1: 80% of Students TIER 2: 15% of Students TIER 2: 15% of Students TIER 3: 5% of Students TIER 3: 5% of Students
    • 4. Percent of people receiving a BA in 2003 from the top family-income quartile (above $75,000) Source: Thomas G. Mortenson, Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY, June, 2005
    • 5. Percent of people receiving a BA in 2003 from the second family-income quartile ($50,000 - $75,000) Source: Thomas G. Mortenson, Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY, June, 2005
    • 6. Percent of people receiving a BA in 2003 from the third family-income quartile ($25,000 - $50,000) Source: Thomas G. Mortenson, Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY, June, 2005
    • 7. Percent of people receiving a BA in 2003 from the first family-income quartile (0 - $25,000) Source: Thomas G. Mortenson, Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY, June, 2005
    • 8. NAVIGATION 101 GOAL Heart No Heart No Skills Skills Frustration Failure Cynicism Hope Achievement
    • 9. CAUTION WhatThey Say WhatThey Mean  Partnership  Collaborate  Discuss  Fund  Takeover  Direct  Lecture  Siphon
    • 10.  Teacher  Textbook  Curriculum  Program  Model  Framework  System  Religion
    • 11. COURAGE