Bellringer
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 28

Bellringer PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 67 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Student Selection. Bellringer. Writing & Reading. Collaboration. School Commitment. Trained Tutors. AVID Elective Class. Directions: Fill in the descriptions (using the information from the boxes) for each Essential. Rigorous Curriculum . Active Site Team. Voluntary Participation.

Download Presentation

Bellringer

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Bellringer

Student Selection

Bellringer

Writing & Reading

Collaboration

School Commitment

Trained Tutors

AVID Elective Class

Directions: Fill in the descriptions (using the information from the boxes) for each Essential.

Rigorous Curriculum

Active Site Team

Voluntary Participation

Data Collection & Analysis

Inquiry Emphasis


Self check

Self-Check


Summer leadership institute

Summer Leadership Institute

Strengthening AVID by Building a Stronger Site Team

Phil Pautienus

August 9-10, 2012


Bellringer

Common Board Configuration

Date: August 10, 2012

Vocabulary: AVID, Essential, Site Team, Coordinator, WICOR

Bell Ringer: AVID Connection Activity

Learning Goal: To build a stronger AVID Site Team at each school that fully participates in the Program.

Agenda: (Gradual Release)

Bellringer

Background Info

(I do) Essential 8

(We do) Essential 10

(You do) Assigned Essential

Summarizing Activity

Benchmark: Essential 10: 2 ; Essential 11:1 - 7

Objective: Participants will design a plan that uses teachers/faculty strengths in each Essential of the ISS/CSS certification reports as indicated by the AVID standards for success.

Summarizing Activity:

Participants will present information discussed in their groups about their assigned essential.

  • Essential Question(s)

  • Have we increased our site team’s size and influence?

  • How can diversity promote a strong AVID Site Team?

  • How can a strong site team lead to increase school-wide expectations and instructional resources?

Homework:

Participants will place the AVID Site team monthly meetings onto their school calendar for the 2012-2013 school year and assign site team members responsibilities for ensuring success of the AVID program at their school sites.


Lake county schools

Lake County Schools

Vision Statement

  • A dynamic, progressive and collaborative learning community embracing change and diversity where every student will graduate with the skills needed to succeed in postsecondary education and the workplace.

    Mission Statement

  • The mission of the Lake County Schools is to provide every student with individual opportunities to excel.

  • Lake County Schools is committed to excellence in all curricular opportunities and instructional best practices. This focus area addresses closing the achievement gap, increased graduation rate, decreased dropout rate, increase in Level 3 and above scores on the FCAT, achieving an increase in the number of students enrolled in advanced placement and dual enrollment opportunities and implementing the best practices in instructional methodology.

AVID

AVID

AVID


21 st century skills tony wagner the global achievement gap

21st Century Skills Tony Wagner, The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Collaboration and Leadership

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination


High effect size indicators

High Effect Size Indicators

“The Department’s identified set of indicators on high effect size instructional and leadership strategies with a causal relationship to student learning growth constitute priority issues for deliberate practice and faculty development.”

-Florida Department of Education, 2012


Bellringer

Classroom TeacherHigh Effect Indicators

School LeadershipHigh Effect Indicators

  • Learning Goal with Scales

  • Tracking Student Progress

  • Established Content Standards

  • Multi-tiered System of Supports

  • Clear Goals

  • Text Complexity

  • ESOL Students

  • Feedback Practices

  • Facilitating Professional Learning

  • Clear Goals and Expectations

  • Instructional Resources

  • High Effect Size Strategies

  • Instructional Initiatives

  • Monitoring Text Complexity

  • Interventions

  • Instructional Adaptations

  • ESOL Strategies


Bellringer

Vocabulary: AVID, Essential, Site Team, Coordinator, WICOR

O?


Avid schools speak

AVID Schools SPEAK!


Signs of life

Signs of Life


Lifeless

Lifeless!


Avid leadership

AVID Leadership

  • Know the Program

  • Read the AVID materials

  • Visit the Elective Classroom

  • Participate Fully

  • Attend Site Team Meetings

  • Attend Social Events

  • Know the Strategies and Practices

  • Take Responsibility for the Success of AVID


Hands on directions

Hands-On Directions:

Understanding the Rating System

  • Institutionalization (Level 3): No more than one Indicator is below Level 3 (i.e. 3 out of 4, or 4 out of 5, or 5 out of 6 etc.; no Indicator may be at level 0.

  • Routine Use (Level 2): No more than one Indicator is below Level 2. No Indicator may be at level 0.

  • Meets Certification Standards (Level 1): No more than one Indicator is below Level 1; there must be a plan in place and implemented to bring that Indicator to Level 1 or higher for the following school year.

  • Not AVID (Level 0): Certification requirements for Level 1 are not met (more than 1 Indicator is below Level 1). There was no plan or the plan from the previous year was not implemented effectively.


Hands on directions1

Hands-On Directions:

Reviewing the 11 Essentials

  • Define the responsibilities needed for the success of that essential.

  • Decide what type of team member (Adm., Guidance, Elective Teacher, Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Site Team Teacher) would be suited for this task.

  • Describe how the site team might be able to show documented evidence of this essential for the CSS binder.


Essential 8 trained tutors

Essential 8 – Trained Tutors

I Do!

Reviewing the Essential 1/4


Essential 8 trained tutors1

Essential 8 – Trained Tutors

I Do!

  • Establish a Recruitment Process for Tutors (Peer Tutoring)

  • Ensure tutors get trained (TA? At the beginning of the school year)

  • Assign trained site personnel to provide on-going coaching and support for tutors

  • Establish and monitor time sheets

  • Collaborate with elective teachers in evaluating tutor performances

  • Monitor and coach tutors to sustain effective tutorials (Ratio 7:1)

  • Ensure consistent tutorial practices throughout all AVID sections

  • Provide on-going modeling for tutors regarding the use of higher level questions and ways to push students thinking.

  • Develop ways to show appreciation for Tutors

Defining Responsibilities 2/4


Essential 8 trained tutors2

Essential 8 – Trained Tutors

I Do!

Math

Elective Teacher

Team Member Selection 3/4


Essential 8 trained tutors3

Essential 8 – Trained Tutors

I Do!

Tutor Training Plan

Tutor Training Documents (Sign in Sheets, Tutor Certificates, Spreadsheet, Etc.)

Tutorial Request Forms (1 showcasing each subject area)

Video of a Tutorial Session

Documentation of Higher Order Questions Asked (Tutorial Request Forms)

Documentation of Elective Teacher’s AVID Training

Documentation 4/4


Essential 10 school commitment

Essential 10 – School Commitment

We Do!

Reviewing the Essential 1/4


Essential 10 school commitment1

Essential 10 – School Commitment

We Do!

Defining Responsibilities 2/4


Essential 10 school commitment2

Essential 10 – School Commitment

We Do!

Team Member Selection 3/4


Essential 10 school commitment3

Essential 10 – School Commitment

We Do!

Documentation 4/4


Hands on directions2

You Do!

Hands-On Directions:

Looking at the Essential Assigned to your Group:

  • Define the responsibilities needed for the success of that essential.

  • Decide what type of team member (Adm., Guidance, Elective Teacher, Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Site Team Teacher) would be suited for this task.

  • Describe how the site team might be able to show documented evidence of this essential for the CSS binder.


Share out

Share Out!

  • Present your Essential (What is the focus?)

  • Name 2-3 Responsibilities

  • Suggest a Possible Site Team Member

  • Quickly Explain why?

  • Name an additional documentation not suggested by AVID.


Bellringer

  • A strong site team = A strong AVID Program

  • One person can’t do this alone!

  • AVID done right can allow teachers feedback opportunities, offer a venue for facilitating Professional Learning, establish clear goals and expectations for school sites, offer teachers instructional resources and strategies, and establish school base instructional initiatives.


Participant scale and reflection please complete and turn in

Participant Scale and Reflection(Please complete and turn in)


  • Login