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AVID Parent Night

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Jamie Fioramonti

on 14 April 2011

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Transcript of AVID Parent Night

Welcome AVID Family! The Mission of AVID AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society. What AVID's Mission Means to Me:
Create a college atmosphere that incorporates rigir, relevance, and relationships in every lesson. Sample Week in the AVID Elective Monday's:
AVID Curriculum:
College and Careers
Preparing for College
Strategies for Success
Writing Curriculum Tuesday's: Tutorials:
Collaborative Study Groups
Problem Solving
Note-Taking
Higher-Level Thinking Questions
WICR Strategies
Reflection & Evaluation Wednesday's: AVID Curriculum:
Public Speaking
Note-Taking Practice
Test Prep
Research
WICR Activities Thursday's: Tutorials:
Collaborative Study Groups
Problem Solving
Note-Taking
Higher-Level Thinking Questions
WICR Strategies
Reflection & Evaluation Friday's: Binder Eval's
Field Trips
Socratic Seminars
Team Building
Career Center
Motivational Activities Student Testimonial: One skill I've learned this semester is to take risks. Risks as in being confident enough to share my ideas and thoughts with others in class. A key part of learning is sharing ideas and successfully collaborating. No matter how incorrect or stupid you may think your thought is, chances are it might be right or offer up a new prospective.
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