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Introduction to Grade 8 Navigation Middle School-High School-Career transition program …

Introduction to Grade 8 Navigation Middle School-High School-Career transition program

See and download OSPI Navigation program at:
http://www.k12.wa.us/navigation101/

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, WA

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  • 1. Navigation 101 Where are you going? If you aim at nothing, You will hit nothing
  • 2. USING NAVIGATION FOR GOAL SETTING AND PLANNING . 101 N A V I G A T I O N
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  • 11. SMART
    • Students are also aided in setting goals that are SMART, that is, goals that are:
    • S pecific rather than general (Such as: “I want above a 3.0 GPA”).
    • M easurable by the types of classes taken, or grades, or attendance.
    • A chievable or realistic for their age.
    • R ewarding or positive, rather than negative, and fun to achieve.
    • T ime-oriented and able to be finished by the end of the school year.
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  • 15. PORTFOLIOS
  • 16. PORTFOLIOS “ A portfolio is opinion backed by fact”
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  • 19. PORTFOLIO CONTENTS
    • WORK SAMPLES – represent evidence of learning, students can reflect on progress
    • NAVIGATION WORK – including Academic Inventories, Annual Goals, High School & Beyond Plan worksheets
    • COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT – information on activities, community service, jobs, awards
  • 20. PORTFOLIO REFLECTION
    • Ask students to reflect on their work sample entries
      • Level of effort (on a scale of 1 to 5)
      • Overall quality (on a scale of 1 to 5)
      • Why did you choose this work sample?
      • What did you learn from this assignment?
      • What did you do well in this assignment?
      • In the future, how will this work sample help you?
  • 21. WHY PORTFOLIOS?
    • To move from storage…
    • To stories
    “ A portfolio is opinion backed by fact”
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  • 24. Career Opportunities
    • So you are prepared for the jobs that don’t exist yet
    • So don’t need to take a job that’s boring and out of date.
  • 25. What’s your story? What’s your dream?
  • 26. Make it happen…
  • 27. USING NAVIGATION FOR GOAL SETTING AND PLANNING 101 N A V I G A T I O N