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Extra, extra: AVID Tutorials

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Nicole Hughes

on 13 December 2017

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Transcript of Extra, extra: AVID Tutorials

Aragon High School Does it All!
What are the steps in the Tutorial Process?
How is a Tutorial Set Up?
An AVID Tutorial to Remember
The Physical Look of a Tutorial
Before, During, and After
Students are divided into groups of
7:1 student/tutor
ratios.
Desks or chairs are assembled in a
horseshoe
fashion.
After the
student presenter
is selected, he or she stands up front.
The tutor takes the student presenter's seat and fills in his or her
three-column notes
.
Group members
sit in all other remaining seats.
Before Tutorials:
1. Take notes in
core classes
2. Complete the TRF
b/f Tutorials
3. Tutor will check TRF
During Tutorials:
4. Students are divided in
7:1 ratio
5. Student presenter gives
30-Second Speech
, questions begin, and notes are taken
6. After POC is solved, group members ask level 3 questions for clarity
7.
Repeat
steps 5 and 6 for as many group members as time allows
After Tutorials:
8. Students write a
reflection
9. Students
turn in TRF/notes
10. Grades are given
AVID
December 14, 2017
E.Q.s: What is a tutorial and how can it help me academically? Why are levels of inquiry important?
What is the difference?
Tutorials

vs.

"Tutoring"

Why are Collaborative Group Tutorials Important?
Percentages Don't Lie
Tutorials
small group sessions
held during class
teacher/tutor FACILITATES,
rather than instructs
Tutors DO NOT give answers or teach the answers--they ask questions and oversee the process
develops skills to become a self-directed learner
it's not just homework help
all students need to fill out a TRF before tutorials
STUDENTS REMEMBER
:

10% of what they READ
20% of what they HEAR
30% of what they SEE
50% of what they SEE, HEAR, SAY
70% of what they DISCUSS
80% of what they DO
90% of what they SAY and DO

Therefore...
which has the most
impact on your memory?
AVID Tutorials--What's all the hubbub?
VS.
"Tutoring"
normally one to one ratio (one student to one tutor)
held after school
Tutors provide answers to problems and instruct on how to solve problems
normally it is help with homework
no special form needed to be completed prior to session
If you do not know how to ask the right question, you discover nothing. – W. Edwards Deming


Because of Collaboration...

all students need to work together
students need to ask all levels of questions
group members will also remember more b/c of discussion
group members push each other with inquiry process
everyone gets involved b/c no one knows it all
participation is part of grade
asking higher level ?s gives students an active role in Tutorial
How does one fill it out?
TRF--Tutorial Request Form
Edited and Published by: Mrs. Nicole Hughes
What does this quote really mean? Consider all the things you learned about AVID Tutorials and the levels of inquiry. Write an explanation on your C.N. page.
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