AVID Elementary 3–6 is designed for educators to explore strategies and resources focused on diverse groups of learners.
This learning experience is designed to support new AVID Elementary 3–6 teachers in blending Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, Organization, and Reading (WICOR®) with digital strategies to prepare students with the skills needed to become independent learners and be college- and career-ready.
Educators will gain an understanding of their role in an AVID Schoolwide system that provides differentiated instruction to build a culture of student success.
Participants will engage in both synchronous and semi-synchronous learning. All strategies, digital activities, and digital tools experienced can be leveraged in face-to-face or virtual learning environments.
Prerequisite: This learning experience is for new contracted AVID Elective member sites for the upcoming school year.
- Apply WICOR strategies schoolwide to provide quality differentiated instruction to emergent and independent learners, in order to scaffold student success with rigorous content.
- Provide differentiated instruction for all students in order to create an environment that offers students rigorous academics with intentional support to build college and career readiness.
- Establish and model an environment where all students believe in and activate their own potential, build relationships, and exercise their academic, social, emotional, and professional knowledge and skills.
- Create an articulated AVID system across an AVID Elementary school that supports rigorous academic preparedness, student agency, and opportunity knowledge, increasing college and career readiness for all students.
Key Components of AVID Elementary Implementation
The Critical Reading Process to Promote Academic Preparedness
Learning Center Activities to Support Student Agency
Build Opportunity Knowledge and Empower Students
Registration for this session is open now for dates starting in June 2021.