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  • Introduce myself
  • Overview of what will be covered (Need graphic)
  • Overview of District
  • Present timeline and explain our planning process. Review mission.
  • Present Action Plan that got SJUSD Naviance.
  • What is the the intentionality of the mission? Can Naviance become more that just its Action Plan?
  • Have participants’Turn and Talk” about what is their mission and their intentionality (One to two minutes).
  • Review what Hobsons presents as the parts of Naviance. Present the question of “Can it do more?’
  • Present questions with examples of how SJUSD is using Naviance beyond what it was designed for.
  • Discuss the need to use Assessment and Data to support each of your Strategic Plans.
  • Important points to remember in this process
  • Important points to remember in this process
  • Important points to remember in this process
  • Questions & Discussion

Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning Presentation Transcript

  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning Presenter: Bruce Armes San Juan Unified School District Thursday, July 11, 2013 1:45 PM to 2:45 PM
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning • Cover SJUSD journey with Strategic Planning • Naviance’s use in SJUSD Strategic Planning • Your Strategic Planning • How Naviance can be viewed differently • Sharing and Q&A
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning San Juan Unified School District • 9 -High School Schools • 8 -Middle Schools • 7 -K-8 Schools • 42 –Elementary Schools • Plus Alterative Schools Located eastern suburbs of Sacramento, CA Covers 88 Square miles Webpage: www.sanjuan.edu
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning SJUSD Strategic Planning Timeline: January 2009: 30-Member Planning Team Feb. – May 2009: Action Teams June 2009: Board Approves Plan (2010-2015) April 2012: Updated Mission: Valuing diversity and excellence, the San Juan Unified School District’s mission is to educate and inspire each student to succeed and responsibly contribute to a radically evolving world by providing innovative, rigorous, student-focused instruction and programs in a safe, caring, collaborative learning community.
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning Strategy 4: We will design and implement a system that creates challenging personal educational plans at each appropriate level in collaboration with students, families and staff. Action Plan 2: Evaluate and implement an online, interactive tool which allows students to plan their academic, activities, and other experiences, in collaboration with families and staff
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning What was our intentionality? “… each student to succeed and responsibly contribute to a radically evolving world, …”
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning What is your intentionality? How will students be different from using Naviance?
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning • Where does Naviance fit, beyond what it was originally purchased for? • Does Naviance have abilities to perform tasks in your school or district that you haven’t thought of? • Can features within Naviance be used differently? • How will it enhance assessment and evaluation?
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning Assessment and Evaluation •Care about data and review it •Develop a plan for your reporting needs •Identification of items to be measured •What benchmarks are needed? •How are you going to report back and to whom?
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning PLANNING, PLANNING, PLANNING •Determine the items to focus on •Staff development around specific implementations •Be honest about what cannot be done •Understand your site and district needs •Be creative
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning • Finding where Naviance fixes as a tool to work in support of the Strategic Plan • Identify and Engaging Key players • Setting a timeline to address Key Points • Developing a relationship with Hobsons Staff
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning Key Players: • District School Counselors • District Teachers • Site Administrators • Parents/Students • District Technology (IT) • District Assessment and Evaluation • District Office Administrators • District’s Board of Education • Hobsons Staff Plus others you haven’t thought about
  • Integrating Naviance into Site and District Strategic Planning • Questions? • Discussion
  • Contact information: Bruce Armes Lead Counselor San Juan Unified School District barmes@sanjuan.edu (916) 971-7165
  • Your Feedback Matters! Thank you for attending the Naviance Summer Institute 2013! We greatly appreciate your feedback, please complete a brief evaluation for this session at: http://go.naviance.com/evaluations