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AVID and the Seven Strategies

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The crosswalk between AVID and classroom formative assessment

The crosswalk between AVID and classroom formative assessment

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  • 1. AVID Coordinator Notes - 4/8/09
    How does AVID connect with the Seven Strategies of Assessment for Learning?
    Where Am I Going?
    Provide students with a clear and understandable vision of the learning target
    Create own targets
    Reflect
    Kids ask teachers
    Kids must write it down
    binder checks
    Cornell notes
    Rubrics
    Use examples and models of strong and weak work
    Rubrics
    Write Path – strong & weak
    Cornell – strong & weak
    Field trips
    Tutorials
    Guest speakers
    SLANT
    Public speaking
    Where Am I Now?
    Offer regular descriptive feedback
    Notebook checks
    Summaries
    Tutorials
    Rubrics
    Application process
    Teach students to self-assess and set goals
    Reflections
    Learning logs
    Costa’s levels of questioning
    Summary
    How Can I Close the Gap?
    Design lessons to focus on one learning target or aspect of quality at a time
    Writing - Write Path, WW
    Teach students focused revision
    Writing
    Inquiry & collaboration
    Peer revision, peer assessment
    Tutorials & levels of questioning
    Revising
    Using notes from content classes
    Engage students in self-reflection, and let them keep track of and share their learning
    Goal of getting into college, 6 year plan, graduation requirements
    Portfolios
    Reflection logs
    tutorials
    grade & GPA
    ELO’s
    Data-driven dialogue w/CSAP & other testing
    AP classes
    AVID alerts
    Academic alerts
    Self, group & teacher feedback
    Evaluation of program