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Compass Developmental Pathways (CDP) [DRAFT]
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Compass Developmental Pathways Defined. The Compass Developmental Pathways refers to a set of pathways, which articulate the trajectory of development of the 10, core Compass Habits. Each Compass Habit has a unique pathway, which is informed by our Theoretical Foundations (i.e., Narrative Theory, Contemplative Practices, etc.) and associated research-informed practices, developmental capacities, and overall relevance to critical aspects of life in middle and high school.
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Document Overview. The Compass Developmental Pathways document, comprised of this tab and six associated tabs, includes a number of different components. An overview of each component is provided below.
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Compass Discipline. This includes the name of one of the five Compass Disciplines for each pathway.
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Compass Habit. This includes the name of one of the 10 Compass Habits for each pathway.
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Habit Definition. This is Valor's definition of each Compass Habit as a construct. These definitions were internally developed, but many were informed by existing definitions and constructs.
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Development Overview: This information delineates each Compass Habit as either a naturally occurring state or non-naturally occurring state. Naturally occurring states are ways of being that are innate to humans. While not all Compass Habits are delineated as naturally occurring states, all Compass Habits are understood to be further honed by building skills and mindsets to increase capacities. This section also includes primary means of developing each habit.
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Starting Line. Within this text is an identified "starting line", or overarching statement, which indicates average observable, or measurable behavior, skills, mindsets, where the average scholar begins his/her journey through the pathway, or developmental trajectory. Currently, this "starting line" is based upon a best guess and observations of scholars and same-age peers.
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Finish Line. Within this text is an identified "finish line", or overarching statement, which indicates observable and measureable. intended skill development for scholars at the end of the pathway, or developmental trajectory.
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Pathways. Within this portion are articulations of the objectives that define each phase within the Compass Phase System.
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