AVID and the Seven Strategies

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The crosswalk between AVID and classroom formative assessment

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AVID and the Seven Strategies

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

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