Delaware Department of Education A Guided Tour of Career Cruising for Parents Learning About Your Child's Student Success Plan
2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 2 A Guided Tour of Career Cruising for Parents Learning About Your Child's Student Success Plan (SSP) Students across Delaware are required to complete a Student Success Plan (SSP). The SSP is fully integrated with the Career Cruising career guidance system. Career Cruising is an internet-based career exploration and planning tool that students use to explore career and school options and develop a career plan. Career Cruising can be accessed from school, home, the library, or wherever your child has access to the internet. The SSP brings together career exploration activities, extracurricular experiences, and education achievements. Along with parents, advisors and teachers, your child can create a course of study that matches his or her goals and interests. Parent/guardian access to the Student Success Plan allows you to: View the work your child has done. Learn more about careers and schools or training programs of interest to your child. Record comments on the SSP and email them to your child's SSP advisor. Participate in the Annual SSP Review. This document will provide a brief walkthrough of Career Cruising, as well as show you how you can take a look at your child's SSP. As of 2014-2015 school year, parents can use the Parent Portal to review more than one SSP account in a consolidated, centred view. Step 1: Register and create an account at www.careercruising.com/parent Each parent/guardian will receive a registration code from the school, their child (or children) are attending. The registration is essential for: 1. Creating a parent account 2. Attaching the student’s SSP to their parent’s account If you haven’t received a registration code, please contact the school. To register, click on Register Now. 2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 2
2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 3 Step 2: Log into the Parent Account at www.careercruising.com/parent If you have already created an account and would like to review or add another child just enter your login credentials and click Login. Otherwise, if you have just created the account, you will be logged-in automatically after clicking the Register Now button. Once you've logged in, you will see your child’s account appearing in the center with information about the last log-in, grade level, school name and completion status. If you need to add another child, please click the Add a Child option in the left menu dashboard. From your Parent Account, you will be able to access all the features of the Student Success Plan your child is developing. 2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 3
2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 4 The data in the account is in Read-Only mode, so even though you can browse the different components and check items, no actual changes will be made to your child’s SSP account. Step 3: Career Exploration and the SSP To access your child’s SSP, click on View ‘ child’s name SSP’: By clicking on the name of your child, you will reach a page where all the components of the SSP are available: You can then browse through your child’s saved schools, careers, Matchmaker results and so on. 2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 4
2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 5 Step 4: Other Components of the SSP My Goals and Plans - There are three options to view on the Goals and Plans section. They are: "Career and Life Goals", "Post-Secondary Goals", and "Career Planning Activities". You can view what your child has saved to his or her SSP by clicking on those options. My Education Plan - Each student must develop an educational plan to reach postschool goals. This section of the SSP allows you to view the plan your child has developed and saved to the SSP. My Activities & Experiences - Part of the SSP includes the opportunity for students to list any extracurricular activities, hobbies & interests, particular skills and abilities, along with awards & certificates they may have received and community service they have volunteered in. This part also includes work experience. Step 5: Support Services Often, students will need some help to be as successful as possible in their academic work in high school. Parents/guardians can add support services to the SSP by clicking on the name of their child My Education and then choose "Support Services" left-hand side. In this section, you have the opportunity to include supports into your child's SSP, as well as contact your child's SSP advisor with any comments. Step 6: View Your Child's Student Success Plan Click on the "Print My SSP" on the sub-menu navigation of the SSP Menu. You will see the options of all the components of your child's SSP on the page. Then, click on "Printer Report", and your child's SSP, with all the information they have researched and saved, can be reviewed. 2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 5
2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 6 Step 7: Annual SSP Review (VERY IMPORTANT) This section includes a place for parents/guardians to confirm that they have reviewed the document their child has created. Delaware regulations require a Parent/Guardian Annual SSP Review for all students. The goal of the SSP is to help share information among students, parents/guardians and school staff at your child's school. To do this, click on your child’s name and scroll down to reach the Parent/Guardian Comments. After clicking it, you will reach the "Annual SSP Review" component where you will be able to check mark the box confirming that you have reviewed your child’s SSP. Please use the area below to record any comments regarding your child's SSP and this information will be received by your child's SSP Advisor. Once this has been done, your child's annual SSP review is complete. If you have any questions, please contact your child's SSP Advisor. Some Things for Parents/Guardians to Remember Keep your Parent/Guardian SSP username and password. Write them down somewhere safe in case you forget them, but do not share them with anyone If you enter your email address in the Parent/Guardian Profile part of the Personal Profile, you can retrieve your Parent/Guardian SSP password electronically You can add comments to your child's SSP. These comments can be viewed by your child's teachers and counselors The goal of the SSP is to help share information among students, parents or guardians, and staff at your child's school It is important to logout of the Parent/Guardian SSP at the end of each session To return to the main menu of the Parent Account, please click the Back to Parent Dashboard button which is always hovering on the bottom left corner of the screen. If you have any questions about Career Cruising, please feel free to contact us at 1-800-965-8541 ext. 0 or email us at DEsupport@careercruising.com 2015 A GUIDED TOUR OF CAREER CRUISING FOR PARENTS P a g e 6
The SSP is fully integrated with the Career Cruising career guidance system. Career Cruising is an internet-based career exploration and planning tool that students use to explore career and school options and develop a career plan. Career Cruising can be accessed from school, home, the library, or wherever your child has access to the internet.
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