NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014
PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
Move Over – I’m Driving!
Joan Pack-Rowe
Post-Secondary Planning
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NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
A Model for Student Engagement
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7th Grade Profile, Hughes STEM High School
Enrollment = 152
Female = 58
Male = 94
Black = 138
White = 9
Asian = 0
Hispan...
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Engagement
Gallup Student Poll Results
Hughes Grade
7
GrandMean
District Grade
7
GrandMean
Hope 4.41 (5) 4.38 (5)
Engage...
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Elementary Initiative
!  Low Academic Achievement
!  Collaboration with Darden School of Business, U of Va.
!  Targets: ...
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Strategies
!  Use data and data analysis to guide evidenced-
based decisions
!  Individual Student Success Plans
!  Impl...
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Key Indicators of Positive Growth, Year 1
!  Six of the original 16 schools made Adequate
Yearly Progress; five of these...
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Positive Growth, Year 1 cont.
!  Reading performance of 4th graders in EI
schools improved by 9.6% compared to the
state...
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You must be kidding!!!
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Adapting EI for High School
! Student Driven vs. Teacher Driven
! Digital
! Student Led Conferences
! Data Analysis Goa...
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Aligning with Naviance
January Practice Test B ELA Survey
1.  My ELA academic goal for this year is:
2.  I am satisfied...
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Alignment with Naviance, cont.
4. My score for this assessment is:
Green 80-100%
Yellow 65% - 79%
Orange 50 – 64%
Red 0...
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The Process
Inform	
  
Teachers	
  
	
  
Collaborate	
  
With	
  
Coaches	
  
Team	
  
Mee5ngs	
  
Analyze	
  &	
  
Rev...
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Student Led Conferences
See it in Action: Student Led Conferences
Students use Naviance to explain college and career
c...
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Add videos –
1) Student data analysis
2) Student Led Conference
3) Interviews – students/parents/teachers
201920191stud...
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Lessons Learned
•  Student friendly language (Indicators and
Strategies)
•  Item analysis available for students
•  SMA...
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What’s Next?
!  Align with Teacher’s SLO
!  District Implementation
!  PD all 7th and 8th grade staff June and August
!...
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rowejoa@cpsboe.k12.oh.us 513-363-0222
shermam@cpsboe.k12.oh.us 513-363-7400
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See how one middle school utilizes Naviance Success Planning with their standards-based academic assessments to develop SMART Goals, write action plans, and conduct student-led parent conferences. This interactive session demonstrates how students analyze data and prepare for individual conferences.

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  1. 1. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
  2. 2. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA Move Over – I’m Driving! Joan Pack-Rowe Post-Secondary Planning Coordinator, Cincinnati Public Schools Melissa Sherman Technology Coordinator, Hughes STEM High School July 2014
  3. 3. NAVIANCE SUMMER INSTITUTE 2014 | PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA A Model for Student Engagement
  4. 4. 4 7th Grade Profile, Hughes STEM High School Enrollment = 152 Female = 58 Male = 94 Black = 138 White = 9 Asian = 0 Hispanic - 0 Other - 9 Elementary Feeders = 57 Neighborhood Representation = 28
  5. 5. 5 Engagement Gallup Student Poll Results Hughes Grade 7 GrandMean District Grade 7 GrandMean Hope 4.41 (5) 4.38 (5) Engagement 4.08 (5) 4.09 (5) Well-Being 8.71 (10) 8.80 (10)
  6. 6. 6 Elementary Initiative !  Low Academic Achievement !  Collaboration with Darden School of Business, U of Va. !  Targets: 16 Lowest Performing CPS Elementary Schools !  Key Performance Indicators !  OAA Test Scores !  Attendance !  Behavior !  Sub-Groups »  Poverty »  Special Needs »  Race
  7. 7. 7 Strategies !  Use data and data analysis to guide evidenced- based decisions !  Individual Student Success Plans !  Implement new principal evaluation systems aligned to district’s strategic plan that includes student performance scores !  Expand school-site Learning Teams of teachers to build capacity in all schools !  Train primary and intermediate content specialists in core subjects !  Increase family and community engagement
  8. 8. 8 Key Indicators of Positive Growth, Year 1 !  Six of the original 16 schools made Adequate Yearly Progress; five of these schools jumped two categories in Ohio rankings !  Math performance of 3rd graders in EI Schools improved by 4.4% compared to state averages that dropped 5.9% !  Math performance of 6th graders in EI schools improved by 14.8% compared to state average improvement of 3.0%
  9. 9. 9 Positive Growth, Year 1 cont. !  Reading performance of 4th graders in EI schools improved by 9.6% compared to the state average showing a 1.0% drop !  Reading performance of 6th graders in EI schools improved by 15.1% compared to the state average improvement of 3.9% !  Reading performance of 5th graders in EI schools improved by 5.2% compared to the state average showing no change
  10. 10. 10 You must be kidding!!!
  11. 11. 11 Adapting EI for High School ! Student Driven vs. Teacher Driven ! Digital ! Student Led Conferences ! Data Analysis Goal Setting ! Visual Representation of Growth Over Time ! It’s All About Connections
  12. 12. 12 Aligning with Naviance January Practice Test B ELA Survey 1.  My ELA academic goal for this year is: 2.  I am satisfied with my score: yes or no 3.  Compare your score for Practice Test B with the score you received for Practice Test A. Did your score increase or decrease? If so, by how many percentage points? Why do you think it changed?
  13. 13. 13 Alignment with Naviance, cont. 4. My score for this assessment is: Green 80-100% Yellow 65% - 79% Orange 50 – 64% Red 0% - 49% 5. I scored the highest on these three indicators: 6. What area/s do I need to improve in order to increase my score? 7 What strategies will I use to improve my academic performance? How can I use what I learned about my learning style and my strengths to improve my performance?
  14. 14. 14 The Process Inform   Teachers     Collaborate   With   Coaches   Team   Mee5ngs   Analyze  &   Revise   Documents   Implement   the  Project  
  15. 15. 15 Student Led Conferences See it in Action: Student Led Conferences Students use Naviance to explain college and career connections to subjects Student Voice- Advocacy. Show evidence and defend work – Career Connections Technology to Create, Communicate and Capture Learning Critical Thinking; Communication: Preparation for Gateway and Capstone Projects
  16. 16. 16 Add videos – 1) Student data analysis 2) Student Led Conference 3) Interviews – students/parents/teachers 201920191studentChange
  17. 17. 17 Lessons Learned •  Student friendly language (Indicators and Strategies) •  Item analysis available for students •  SMART Goals " WOOP for grade 7 •  Where do the conversations happen? •  Achievement Scores vs. Mastery – Vocabulary? •  Lack of technical knowledge & skills •  Valuing the process •  Student Led-Conferences highlighted the gaps
  18. 18. 18 What’s Next? !  Align with Teacher’s SLO !  District Implementation !  PD all 7th and 8th grade staff June and August !  Advisory for All! Huddle Time! !  Playbook !  Cloud file all students to show evidence of work
  19. 19. 19 rowejoa@cpsboe.k12.oh.us 513-363-0222 shermam@cpsboe.k12.oh.us 513-363-7400
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