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<p>Tracks to Success: Creating the Matrix for Post-Secondary Planning</p> <p>My Life planMPS Post-HS Planning Graduation RequirementFoundationScope and SequenceEvaluationAgendaFoundationFoundation of My Life Plan (MLP)Career &amp; post-secondary exploration &amp; planning programAligning with the vision(s)District vision: Every Child. College &amp; Career ReadyMPS Counseling Department Vision:Counselors help schools achieve their mission and students reach their goalsInformed decisions on possible career pathsFind the best postsecondary options for those careersCreate academic plans to reach postsecondary aspirations </p> <p>Definecollege ready:Minneapolis Public School students who are college and career ready possess the knowledge, skills and habits to succeed in college level courses and to persist through graduation towards their career goal.This means that:Students have a clear vision and plan for continuing education and training related to the career area of their choiceStudents have the skills to navigate the systems necessary for success in post-secondary and career training institutionsStudents transition to college without the need for remedial courseworkStudents have the individual determination and perseverance to thrive in post-secondary institutions and the local, national and global workforce 4Foundation of MLP, contdGrades 6-8: MPS Academic Requirement Who am I?How do I fit into the community?Decision making; Problem solving; PlanningGrades 9-12: MPS Graduation Requirement9th and 10th gradeWho am I?What am I interested in?I dont know what I dont know.11th and 12th gradeForming a planWhich colleges? What requirements? What career? What lifestyle?Executing a planCompleting applications, recommendations6-8 Expose to optionsI dont know what I dont know.Students who are only familiar with dr/lawyer as worthwhile careers5MLP, contdCreated by Licensed School CounselorsDevelopmental guidanceAligns with ASCA modelSystemicSystematicRationaleCareer changes 5-7 times throughout lifetimeA process students will encounter again and again during their working lifetimeAligns with Hollands theory about work satisfactionMatching self with workComputer skillsSelf-reflection skillsProfessional skills</p> <p>Connecting the DotsStudents develop who they are as they develop their interests; this will modify as they grow and are exposed to new thoughts, ideas, and opportunities. 7Scope and SequenceMLP: The MatrixColumnsMilestoneObjectiveStudent OutcomesASCAActivitiesStudent Products/Data CollectionSuggested Area(s) of Academic IntegrationSuggested TimelineHours (approx.)MLP: MatrixMilestoneObjectiveStudent OutcomesASCAActivitiesStudent Products/Data CollectionSuggested Area(s) of Academic IntegrationSuggestedTimelineHours(approx.)1High School TransitionTo assist with students transition to high schoolStudents will learn the skills needed to be successful in HS, the requirements for graduation and the requirements for college accessA:A1A:A2A:B1A:B2A:C1C:C2PS:A1PS:A2PS:B1PS:C1Counselor led lessons and streamed video related to:goal-settingdecision-makingbullyingconflict-resolutionstudy skillstime managementnote takingorganizationOptional paper Pre/Post survey (part of PowerPoint)Optional Naviance Pre/Post survey (MLP 9.1 Transition Pre/Post Survey)English classesSocial Studies classesSupported by Project Success where possibleEarly September2-32High School OrientationTo introduce students to key terminology and school personnelStudents will be aware of the importance of the 9thgrade year and the support systems available to themA:A1A:A2A:B1Counselor led lessonOptional paper Pre/Post survey (part of PowerPoint)Optional Naviance Pre/Post survey (MLP 9.1 Transition Pre/Post Survey)EnglishSocial StudiesPart of 9th grade orientationEarly October13Needs AssessmentTo determine the personal, social, and academic needs of studentsStudents will be able to indicate areas in which they need supportPS:A1PS:B1PS:C1District-created Naviance surveyMLP 9.3 Welcome Survey on NavianceReports for counselorsEnglishSocial StudiesPart of 9th grade orientationEarly October.54Career ExperienceTo expose students to the vast array of career optionsStudents will learn about career categories and increase their awareness of potential career optionsA:C1C:A1C:B1C:B2C:C1C:C2Menu:Career fairJob shadowInformation interviewMCIS researchOther (with approval)MLP 9.4 Career Experience on Naviancecareer fair worksheet surveyotherEnglish/Social Studies classesCTE classes/programsHealth classesSpring15ResumeTo teach students to market their skills via a rsumStudents will recognize their personal strengths and the need to be able to communicate their skills to othersC:A2C:B1Rsum writingLessonPresentationUploaded rsum document on NavianceCompleted Naviance rsumEnglishCTENovember JanuaryFor use in Step UP rsums264 year course plan/credit statusTo create a flexible and appropriate 4 year academic planStudents will have an academic plan to assist them in meeting their high school grad requirements and education and career goalsA:B2C:B1C:B2C:C1Review of:TranscriptCourse optionsGrad requirementsCompleted academic plan:PaperNavianceAnd/or IEPEnglishSocial StudiesSpring1MLP: Grade 6MilestoneObjectiveStudent Outcomes1Keys to SuccessfulTransitionTo assist the students transition to middle schoolStudents will learn:Organizational skillsStudy skillsNavigation of the school buildingUse of a lockerOther daily tasks necessary to function in middle school2Naviance IntroductionTo register and acquaints students with the Naviance tool andStudents will be able to log in and understand the basic navigation within Naviance and will indicate areas in which they need support3Career ExplorationsTo explore careers of interest and obtain details about different professionsStudents will become more aware of careers and post-secondary requirements for different professions4Academic Course PlanTo create a flexible and appropriate 2 year course planStudents will have an academic plan to assist them in meeting their education &amp; career goalsNaviance custom surveyNaviance Built-in InventoryNaviance Course PlannerNaviance custom surveyMLP: Grade 7MilestoneObjectiveStudent Outcomes1Needs AssessmentTo determine the personal, social, and academic needs of studentsStudents will be able to indicate areas in which they need support2Learning Styles InventoryTo teach students about different learning stylesStudents will identify their learning style and associated strategies to assist with their academic performance3Collaborating with family, school, and communityTo teach students how to collaborate and the importance of collaboration and communityStudents will learn:Benefits of cooperationImportance of connection to othersSkills to successfully collaborate4Budgeting/Wants SheetTo teach students the basics of budgetingStudents will learn the connection between income and expenses and how it relates to careers5Academic Course PlanTo create a flexible and appropriate 1 year course planStudents will have an academic plan to assist them in meeting their educational &amp; career goalsNaviance custom surveyNaviance Built-in InventoryNaviance Course PlannerNaviance custom surveyNaviance custom surveyMLP: Grade 8MilestoneObjectiveStudent Outcomes1Needs AssessmentTo determine the personal, social, and academic needs of studentsStudents will be able to indicate areas in which they need support2HS ChoiceTo teach students decision making skills that they can utilize as they go through the HS Choice processStudents will learn decision making skills and how they apply to the HS choice process3Exploring My OptionsTo explain students EXPLORE Test results as they relate to HS and post-HS education opportunities and career interestsStudents will have an understanding of EXPLORE results, associated college readiness benchmarks, skill proficiencies, college planning, career interests and exploration, and the importance of rigorous HS course work4Academic Course PlanTo empower students for academic success by facilitating their academic planning and transition to HSStudents will review their 3 year course plan and the MPS Academic Plan and create a 4 year HS course plan and student transition planNaviance custom surveyEXPLORE scores loadedNaviance Course PlannerNaviance custom surveyMLP: Grade 9MilestoneObjectiveStudent Outcomes1High School TransitionTo assist with students transition to high schoolStudents will learn the skills needed to be successful in HS, the requirements for graduation and the requirements for college access2High School OrientationTo introduce students to key terminology and school personnelStudents will be aware of the importance of the 9thgrade year and the support systems available to them3Needs AssessmentTo determine the personal, social, and academic needs of studentsStudents will be able to indicate areas in which they need support4Career ExperienceTo expose students to the vast array of career optionsStudents will learn about career categories and increase their awareness of potential career options5ResumeTo teach students to market their skills via a rsumStudents will recognize their personal strengths and the need to be able to communicate their skills to others64 year course plan/credit statusTo create a flexible and appropriate 4 year academic planStudents will have an academic plan to assist them in meeting their high school grad requirements and education and career goalsNaviance custom surveyNaviance Resume ToolNaviance Reflection Option/Custom SurveyNaviance Course PlannerMLP: Grade 10MilestoneObjectiveStudent Outcomes1Needs AssessmentTo determine the personal, social, and academic needs of studentsStudents will be able to indicate areas in which they need support2PLAN Test InterpretationTo explain students PLAN Test results as they relate to post-HS education opportunities and career interestsStudents will have an understanding of PLAN results, associated college readiness benchmarks, skill proficiencies, college planning, and career interests and exploration3My Personality TypeTo formally introduce the concepts of personality types and their relationships to work satisfaction and education &amp; career optionsUnderstanding of personality as it relates to career, college options4Career ExperienceTo expose students to the vast array of career options and their relationship to post-secondary training/educationStudents will increase their awareness of potential career options and understand the training/education related to the various careers54 year course plan/credit statusTo create a flexible, appropriate 4 year academic planStudents will have an academic plan to assist in meeting their high school grad requirements and education/ career goalsNaviance Custom SurveyNaviance Built-in InventoryNaviance Reflection Option/Custom SurveyNaviance Course PlannerLoaded PLAN scoreMLP: Grade 11MilestoneObjectiveStudent Outcomes1Needs AssessmentTo determine the personal, social, and academic needs of studentsStudents will be able to indicate areas in which they need support2Preliminary Plan forPost-High SchoolStudents create initial plan for their path after HSStudents will have knowledge of post-HS options and pros/cons of each3Career Interest InventoryUsing knowledge acquired from previous activities, students will deepen their knowledge relating to interests, careers, and world of workStudents will further their knowledge about career interests and their relation to college/post-HS training4College ResearchTo instruct students in the variety of post-HS education options and to assist with the use of various college search enginesStudents will have a reasonable list of possible post-HS education options54 year course plan/credit statusTo create a flexible and appropriate 4 year academic planStudents will have an academic plan to assist them in meeting their high school grad requirements and education and career goalsNaviance Custom SurveyNaviance Built-in InventoryNaviance Course PlannerNaviance Custom SurveyNaviance Custom SurveyMLP: Grade 12MilestoneObjectiveStudent Outcomes1College ExperienceTo expose students to college as an option and envision themselves as a college studentStudents will create a list of possible post-HS education options based upon education needs, career goals, personal interests2ApplicationTo ensure students understand military, job, college application processStudents know how to correctly complete application3Graduation Review &amp; ApprovalTo confirm students completion of grad requirementsGraduation and/or plan for appropriate interventions to meet graduation requirements4Senior Exit SurveyTo gather data and information on students experiences to inform stakeholders and improve servicesStudents will reflect upon college and career planning (My Life Plan) experiences and provide feedback to counseling team5CapstoneTo be able to put meaning to college and career planning activitiesTo create a culminating project that is reflective of their personal path to a future plan and to be able to communicate experiences and plan to others6FAFSAUnder development7Financial Package ReviewUnder development</p> <p>Naviance Custom SurveyCounselor trackedColleges Im Applying ToNaviance Custom SurveyNaviance Custom SurveyLogistics of ImplementationCounselor-ledGreen Zone or Tier 1 interventionTeam approach collaborate with teachers, college access agenciesElectronic portfolio that travels with studentDistrict sync</p> <p>PBIS, Response to Interventiongreen zone: all studentsGreen Zone Classroom presentations (yellow zone: targeted: groups; red zone: individualone-on-one work)ALL students ELL; Special Education&gt;differentation, alternative/appropriate milestones for special populations</p> <p>18District ImplementationNaviance in MPSAvailable in every school with a licensed school counselor27 schools in totalServicing 13245 students81% of total students grade 6 12 Naviance accounts funded by MN Office of Higher Education through the Naviance Initiative for Secondary Schools </p> <p>Resources must follow our priorities (MPS; state)</p> <p>19PLATFORM: NavianceMore than just tools for collegeEvery Child. College &amp; Career Ready.What does College &amp; Career Ready mean for ALL students?Highlighting the over-arching skills, activities for ALL studentsSelf-explorationPlanningResearchDecision making</p> <p>District visionCollege ready=having the skills to be successful in college not necessarily going to college. This can also mean work readyIntroducing &amp; instructing students in skills that will span their lifetime</p> <p>20NAVIANCE: SucceedCounselor, teacher accessData managementCollege applicationsTranscript requestsContactsConversations (journaling)Data CollectionCustomizable surveysScattergramsReportsAccountabilityInformation disseminationEmailStudent, family, staffUtilizing all the tools to get it done:</p> <p>MPS now has a tool to collect and analyze data for decision making to help the district reach its vision, Every Child, C...</p>