Using Naviance Data to Drive College & Career Readiness

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  • Using Naviance Data to Drive

    College & Career Readiness

    Krystal Ferguson

    K-12 Program Director

  • Agenda

    Overview of Data Driven

    Decision Making

    What, Why, & How

    Focusing on Outcomes

    Building a Data Culture

  • Overview of Data Driven

    Decision Making

  • DDDM

    D3M

    Data Driven Decision Making is

    The collection and analysis of data to make

    decisions that improve student success.

    Continual evaluation accompanied by

    incremental changes.

    Translation of data into knowledge and

    actionable strategies.

    Collaboration and communication throughout

    the school, district and community.

  • 6

    The Educators Perspective

    + +

    Track & Measure

    Progress

    Engage Students &

    Families

    Make Data-Driven

    Decisions

  • Data Collection & Analysis

    7

    The real breakthrough in increasing student

    achievement is to transform information into

    knowledge. Knowledge emerges through a

    collaborative process as teachers and

    administrators engage in conversation. Ronald S. Thomas

    Director of the Center for Leadership in Education at

    Towson University

  • What, Why, & How

  • Theme 1: Use data to make decisions

    Data

    Decisions

  • What we want to happen

    Helpful

    Data

    I need

    to

  • What happens in reality

    Teacher

    Evaluations

    Partner

    Assessments

    SAT

    GPA

    ACT

    Attendance

    Activities

    ???

  • I need

    to

  • Takeaways

    Use reports to determine professions/careers to target

    Careers (Career Cluster) by Student

    Students by Career (Career Cluster)

    Use assessment results to organize professions

    Holland Interest Code (Assessment Status)

    Career Cluster Finder

    Use survey builder to collect feedback

  • I need

    to

  • Takeaways

    Use reports to determine which colleges to target

    Prospective Summary

    Summary Data

    Application By College/Application By Student

    Use batch email to request participation from college contacts

    Use batch email to promote event and target specific students

    Use SuperMatch to help students navigate the fair

    Use survey builder to collect feedback

  • Focus on Outcomes

  • Theme 2: Focus on outcomes

    Outcome

    KPI

    KPI

    KPI

  • Outcome/Goal: 10% increase in students attending 4 year colleges after high school

    Activities: Complete Career Interest Profiler

    Complete SuperMatch College Search

    Add at least 3 colleges to prospective list

    Review options for financing post-secondary education

    Custom surveys

    For each activity, determine: - Staff: Who is responsible? - Students: Which grade levels? - Frequency: When is this measured and how often?

    Data Points Measured: % who complete Holland Interest Code assessment

    % who identify careers of interest

    % who identify at least 3 colleges of interest

    % who report they understand the links between the links between career

    preparation needed, college major and projected income

    % who became aware of the cost of postsecondary institutions and report

    they understand available options to finance college costs

    Theme 2: Focus on outcomes

  • Collect Data: Success Planning

    Use Success Planning to assign tasks that

    improve career and college data.

    Link tasks to activities where possible.

    For example, instead of manually marking that

    a student completed a workshop, create a

    post-workshop survey and assign the survey

    as a task.

    Utilize the built-in tasks.

    Schedule planner reports to regularly assess

    progress.

  • Planner Reports

    School Names

  • Custom Surveys

  • Your Turn

  • Outcome/Goal:

    Activities: For each activity, determine:

    - Staff: Who is responsible? - Students: Which grade levels? - Frequency: When is this measured and how often?

    Data Points Measured:

    Theme 2: Focus on outcomes (Your Turn)

  • Building a Data Culture

  • DDDM is a culture

    To be truly effective, DDDM

    needs input from everyone.

    Everyone needs to see value

    and be invested in collecting

    and analyzing data.

    Staff need to openly

    collaborate and take action

    based on data.

    In some cases, this requires a

    huge attitudinal shift. Be

    prepared to facilitate.

  • Involve multiple staff

    members from various roles

    in the development of data

    processes.

    Collaborate to make the best

    possible decisions.

    Use data for decisions and

    information, not just

    compliance.

    Building a Data Culture

  • Building a Data Culture

    Get relevant input from

    students.

    Help students understand

    data driven decision

    making.

    Bolster college going

    culture.

    Supplement college and

    career planning activities.

  • Questions?

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