Naviance Student is the new, mobile accessible Naviance experience that has replaced Family Connection.
Naviance Insights is a series of college outcome dashboards that empower educators to build a college readiness strategy on proven results.
|Naviance eDocs Teacher Desk
Teacher Desk is a new dashboard to help teachers manage recommendation requests and lessens the support that counselors provide.
A simpler staff login experience is coming this fall.
|Back-to-School Account Clean Up Checklist
Check out tips to ensure your Naviance account is ready for students when they come back to school.
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The College, Career and Life Readiness Framework gives students in grades 6-12 a practical toolkit for mastering 6 competencies that they must achieve to be college, career and life ready.
Help Library resources for Naviance Student are found here, including twenty-four articles to help you prepare your school for using Naviance Student for the school year. The Student and Parent Facing Resources about Naviance Student were updated in mid-July based on client feedback. If you downloaded these resources prior to then, we encourage you to re-download them to have the most up-to-date information.
The most widely used resources are the following:
Once you are familiar with Naviance Student, you can prepare your parents and students using the Parent and Student Resources. These resources are editable and designed for you to customize and re-use. All video resources found here are provided with an embed code that can be used in your own assets.
Several Help Library articles are available to help navigate and use the Insights Dashboards.
There is one main article to help staff users navigate through Naviance eDocs Teacher Desk, interpret the dashboard and understand the steps involved to complete the requested tasks.
Check out this help article detailing the Naviance ID Staff Login experience. In addition, the following help resources are available:
Staff members will be transitioning to the new login process starting August 22nd. Upon login, you will be prompted to create your new Naviance ID to start the process.If you find that e-mail messages being sent from Naviance are being blocked by your school’s e-mail system, you will need to contact your school’s e-mail system administrator to have them allow mail from Naviance servers to be delivered on your network. The process of allowing our servers to send e-mails to recipients is known as whitelisting. The following email domains should also be an allowed sender: email.naviance.com and sender.email.naviance.com *Please note that this new process does not apply to any single sign-on users; i.e., Clever and Google SSO – for those users, your login process does not yet change.*
To learn how to perform the above tasks, please see this presentation in the Help Library for more information.
In addition, take advantage of RepVisits and Counselor Community to stay informed and connected with the Naviance Community and Higher Education admissions counselors.
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Each research-backed Competency outlines themes, objectives and activities to further define success for each grade-level. Skills like Digital Literacy and Goal Setting span across all the competencies and are must haves to succeed in today’s world.