NSI 2012: Building a Six-Year Plan with Success Planning


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Many states and districts are mandating a six-year plan to ensure each student is prepared for post-secondary success. This presentation will focus on how to create the framework and incorporate best practices for student plans by utilizing the program, task, and goal setting functionality in Success Planner.

Kim Oppelt, Senior Consultant, and Daniella Bonazzoli, Director of Success Management and Consulting Services, Hobsons

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  • NSI 2012: Building a Six-Year Plan with Success Planning

    1. 1. Building a 6-Year Plan With Success Planning Daniella BonazzoliDirector, Consulting Services & Success Management Kim Oppelt Senior Consultant Thursday, July 12, 2012
    2. 2. Introduction
    3. 3. Agenda• Introductions• Why a 6-Year Plan?• Developing your plan• Implementing your plan• Reporting• Hands-on time/Collaboration• Questions 3
    4. 4. Introductions• Daniella Bonazzoli• Kim Oppelt• Participants – Your title – Your school/district – How long have you been in the Naviance Network? – Do you have a current 6-year plan? 4
    5. 5. Why do we need a 6 year plan? • Comply with state or district college and career standards • Assure that each student is college and career ready • Provide staff with a roadmap • Eliminate duplication in instruction 5
    6. 6. Keys to a Successful 6 Year Plan• College ready milestones• Career ready milestones• Comprehensive academic plan• Personal portfolio – Resume – Documents• Post-secondary plan• Activities by grade level• Goals for students 6
    7. 7. Tracking your 6-year plan
    8. 8. Steps for tracking yourplan• Determine your standards• Configure your standards• Map your plan• Determine tasks and programs• Add tasks, programs and goals• Assign tasks and programs• Track outcomes 8
    9. 9. Determine your standardsBrainstorm Standards•What is your focus? – Grade-level themes – State requirements – ASCA recommendations 9
    10. 10. Configuring Your Standards• Determine what standards you have• Determine what standards you will focus on• Determine how your standards will fit into Naviance• Map standards 10
    11. 11. Map Your Plan 11
    12. 12. Determine tasks andprograms• Built-in tasks• Web links• Surveys• Upload documents• Add comments• Staff-completed tasks• Student-completed tasks 12
    13. 13. Managing Tasks and Programs with Success Planning
    14. 14. Add Tasks and Programs• What is a task?• What are some examples of tasks?• What is the task library?• What is a custom task and a built in task?• What is a Program?• What is a good way to organize Programs? 14
    15. 15. Assign Tasks andPrograms• You need to assign tasks and programs to students• Tasks and Programs may need to be assigned multiple times throughout the school year as new students enter your school• Tasks and Programs can also be unassigned 15
    16. 16. Track outcomes• Create completion targets for each task with the minimum % of students you want to complete the task• There are 6 Success Planning reports available to track completion status and summary• Customize reports to better track success 16
    17. 17. Take time: Strategize your 6-year plan
    18. 18. Steps for tracking yourplan• Determine your standards• Configure your standards• Map your plan• Determine tasks and programs• Add tasks and programs• Assign tasks and programs• Track outcomes 18
    19. 19. Introducing Your New OnlineCommunity!Log on to the brand new Naviance Networkto:•Find this presentation!•Connect with colleagues from NSI•Participate in community discussions•Learn how to better utilize Naviance from peers and from Naviance with anew Help Library•Provide product feedback and suggestions via the Idea ExchangeTo access this resource, available only to Naviance Network members,simply 19click on the banner on the Naviance Home Page.
    20. 20. Questions/Comments