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Learn preferred practices from various successful middle school Naviance implementations throughout the country, view examples of actual middle school scopes and sequences, and join a discussion on ...

Learn preferred practices from various successful middle school Naviance implementations throughout the country, view examples of actual middle school scopes and sequences, and join a discussion on how to improve middle school Naviance usage in schools.

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    NSI 2014: Creating a Comprehensive Middle School Implementation NSI 2014: Creating a Comprehensive Middle School Implementation Presentation Transcript

    • NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
    • NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Creating a Comprehensive Middle School Implementation Plan Naviance Guidance and Best Practices Wendy Webster, Senior Consultant July 16, 2014
    • 4 Agenda Demo of Naviance: Middle School Activities Successful Roll Out: •  Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How? Next Steps Questions
    • NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Demonstration
    • NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Successful Roll-Out
    • 7
    • 8 Who? All Grade Levels! All Students! Implementation Year 1: Focus on 1 or 2 grade levels only
    • 9 Who? Classroom time has proven to be the best opportunity to work with students. Classes most often use: Advisory   Science   Social  Studies   Business   Technology  
    • 10 Who? Administrators   understand  the   benefit   Counselors  to   work  with   Teachers     Teacher  welcome   Counselors  into   classrooms  
    • 11 What? College  Planning   Search   “Interested  In”   Career  Planning   ExploraCon   “Favorites”   Introduce  to  Students   Login   DemonstraCon  
    • 12 Login   •  URL     •  Username/Password   Student  quick  to  login   •  Read  Welcome  message   •  Watch  Road  Trip  Na>on  Videos  (Careers  Tab)   Review  Tabs:   •  Home   •  Career   •  College   What? Suggested Introductory Activities
    • 13 What? Suggested Career Planning Activities by Grade Level 1 Grade Career Exploration Activities 6th Explore Career: add a career to list of Favorites 7th StrengthsExplorer and add a career to list of Favorites 8th Career Cluster Finder and add a career cluster to list of Favorites
    • 14 What? Suggested College Planning Activities by Grade Level Grade College Search Activities 6th Search for College by Name: add colleges to list of Favorites 7th Search for College by Major/Career: add colleges to list of Favorites 8th SuperMatch: add colleges to list of Favorites
    • 15 What? Other Suggested Activities by Grade Level Grade College Search Activities 6th Transition Survey (into 6 th Grade) 7th Goal Setting: SMART Goal 8th Transition Survey (to High School) Course Plan creation (if applicable)
    • 16 When?
    • 17 Where?
    • 18 Why? Work  with  students  to  gain  perspec>ve   into  their  post-­‐secondary  aspiraCons.     Upon  entering  High  School,  they  will  have   already  started  a  plan!  
    • 19 How? “I  asked  the  principal  if  I  could  start   with  AVID  and  she  observed  the   presentaCon.    (She  even  tweeted  it   on  our  website).    Then  I  scheduled   the  remaining  presentaCons  for  the   rest  of  the  eighth  graders.”   “We  have  the  most  amazing  and   accommodaCng  staff  who  are  open   to  trying  anything.”   “My  principal  is  very  supporCve  of   me  going  into  classrooms  and  she   sees  the  value  in  Naviance  because   of  the  college  and  career-­‐readiness   components.”       “I  was  fortunate  to  aWend  the   summer  conference  in  addiCon  to   the  trainings  and  webinars  this   year.”   “Naviance  is  a  great  product  which   sells  itself  once  staff,  students,  and   parents  see  it.”  
    • NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Next Steps
    • 21 Work  with   Administrators   Determine   Classroom  Time   •  IntroducCon     •  Career  Planning   •  College  Planning   Plan  with   Teachers   Start   working   with  your   students!   Next Steps
    • NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Questions? Visit our Product Information Booth! #NSI2014