AVID TUTORIAL PROTOCOL by agu19334

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									                                           AVID TUTORIAL PROTOCOL
                                                   2007-2008
Student Name:                                               Grade Currently Being Earned in Course of Focus Today:

Date of Tutorial:                                           Name of Teacher of the Course You Will Study Today:

Name of Subject Studied First:                              Name of Tutor Who Helped Us:


Please give yourself up to two points (as you go forward through each step) for each statement that is true about today’s tutorial:

____ I came to class with two input questions (see chart above whiteboard) written down about this subject.
____ I came to class with two process questions (see chart above whiteboard) written down about this subject.
____ I came to class with two output questions (see chart above whiteboard) written down about this subject.
____ I brought my textbook from the courses I planned to study.
____ I brought my STAR notes or Cornell notes from that course.
____ I brought all relevant handouts and course materials from that course.
____ I placed my name under the correct subject heading on the whiteboard before the bell began to ring.
____ I moved into my group quickly and efficiently, saying good morning to all of my group mates.
____ My group began by sharing their questions with one another, one at a time.
____ Everyone wrote down everyone else’s questions as they were shared aloud.
____ The questions were prioritized in the order that we decided would be best to discuss them.
____ We discussed one question at a time, taking notes on what we were learning in our binders for that specific course.
____ For each question a particular student asked, rather than giving that student an immediate answer, I asked a series of questions
designed to help that student reach his/her own conclusions.
____ When it was my turn to present a question, I stood up, wrote it out, and presented it aloud to the group. I then led the group in
exploring possible answers to the question.
____ Before moving on to subsequent questions, our group checked for understanding to make certain that everyone could explain
the related concept, perform the related skill, and/or recite the related facts and knowledge.
____ I avoided socializing, going off topic, completing homework, goofing around, sleeping, doing individual studying, gossiping,
and distracting other students from working hard in tutorial.
____ Before ending our association as a group, we either wrote a summary reflection of what we had learned, crafted an extensive
concept map, or completed a learning log. (Each of these was written down by each group member and placed in the students’
individual AVID binders.)
____ Before moving on to another group, my group identified three ways we had functioned effectively and one way we could
improve our next tutorial session.
____ When we had exhausted all of the questions on our list, each of us moved on to another group, to which we added our own
questions to that group’s pre-established list.
____ I completed this checklist form throughout the entire tutorial experience rather than at the end.

____ TOTAL POINTS EARNED

NAMES OF STUDENTS IN FIRST                  MY MOST HELPFUL QUESTION                     MY STRONGEST HIGHER ORDER
TUTORIAL GROUP                                                                           THINKING QUESTION




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