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Welcome to Navigation 101 Lesson 1: Getting Acquainted
What is the purpose of Navigation 101? Allowing students to be self-directed, empowered, life-long learners. Guiding students to reflect on and evaluate their own learning.
Lesson Goals Get to know the students in your Navigation group Understand the purpose of Navigation 101 Understand the purpose of keeping a portfolio Start a middle school portfolio
Activity: Get Acquainted Your teacher will lead you in an activity or game to get to know one another better.
What is the purpose of Navigation 101? To be ready for high school To prepare for life after high school
Navigation 101 will help you answer these questions: What do I want to do with my life? What do I want to achieve this year?
The details... When and how many times will we meet? What behavior is expected of me?
Portfolios What is a portfolio? Read the Portfolio Handout See an example of a student portfolio
Portfolios How will I create my portfolio? Read the Portfolio Checklist Start organizing your own portfolio!
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