AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today`s Learners, Tomorrow`s Leaders

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WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF?
 Every class began (and ended) with a written reflection…
everyday?
 Students were greeted at the door, every day?
 Every class posted the lesson objective for the day/ the Essential
Question for today’s learning?
 Every student was known by name to a staff member at the
school?
 Every student was taught the skills necessary to be successful in
school?
 Every student had someone at school believe in them?
AVID SCHOOLWIDE
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Your Facilitator
Miceal Kelly
[email protected]
909 386 2632
To present AVID teaching strategies and
learning activities that can be implemented in a
single class or as part of a school-wide, acrossthe-curriculum project.
Focus on: organization, student success
skills, Writing to learn, Inquiry, Collaboration,
Organization and Reading to learn.
WICOR
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Purpose
Our Purpose:
CLOCK PARTNERS
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Take Five
Topic:
What tools do students need for
academic success in your school?
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Take Five Consensus
What are the five most
important tools students need to
be successful in your school?
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Take Five
What are the implications of
this activity for my classroom
and content?
How to navigate the college system
How to take notes and study at a college level
How to write at a college level
How to organize your materials and time
How to set personal and academic goals
How to self-advocate
College Preparedness
Completing a high school degree plan
Turning in your college application
Figuring out finances
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
College Preparedness / Readiness
College Readiness
Knock, Knock, Pow, Pow
Knock, Boom, Knock, Pow
Knock, Knock, Boom, Pow
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Ice Breaker
Knock, Knock, Boom, Boom
Why is it important for students to be able to
generate higher-level questions?
Why is it important for the teacher to ask
students higher-level questions?
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
The Inquiry Method
Why are INQUIRY (Questioning) and knowing
how to Inquire important in the classroom?
• Stimulate, assess, & guide thinking
• Motivate students
• Focus attention
• Elicit deeper processing of information
• Keep students on task
• Determine level of mastery
.
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Power of the Question
Skilled questioning can:
Bloom’s Taxonomy of Cognition
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Levels of Questions
Costa’s Three Levels of Thinking
Level 2 ― Process
• Thinking about the information
Level 3 ― Output
• Applying the information to new situations and
making judgments
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Costa’s Levels
Level 1 ― Input
• Gathering Information
• Book Questions – Information is either known
or can be found in a book.
Level 2 — Process
• How were Lincoln & Washington similar, and
how were they different?
Level 3 — Output
• Who was the better president? Why did you
choose him?
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Costa’s Levels
Level 1 — Input
• Who was the 1st president of the US?
• Who was the 16th president of the US?
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
What are the components of
this picture?
Level 2 — Process
Why is the gun lower down than the gavel?
How are the gun and gavel similar or different?
Level 3 — Output
What do you think this picture is trying to communicate?
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Costa’s Levels
Level 1 — Input
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Levels of Questioning
What are the implications for your
classroom and content area?
CLOCK PARTNERS
How did you learn the skill of note-taking?
How did this skill contribute to your
success?
Let’s share as an entire group.
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
The Hidden Curriculum
Table Talk:
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Our Essential Question
How can I ensure that my
students learn the collegereadiness skill of
structured note-taking?
• Designed in response to frustration over
student test scores. Meant to be used
easily as a test study guide.
• Adopted by most major law schools as
the preferred note-taking method.
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
History of Cornell Notes
• Developed in 1949 at Cornell University
by Walter Pauk.
• Helps students organize and process
data and information
• Helps students recall by getting them to
process their notes multiple times
• Writing is a great tool for learning
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Why Is Note-Taking Important?
• Allows students to help each other
problem solve
• Because we model them every time
• Students in AVID schools are taught how to
take notes from:
 Lectures
 Textbooks
 Discussions
 Audio/Visual
 Other
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Cornell Notes
Why will students take Cornell notes?
How Do I Reinforce Usage?
• Give the students a grade for taking
notes
• Give extra points for notes turned in with
the test
• Let students use notes on tests
occasionally
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Note-Taking
Note-Making
Note-Interacting
Written feedback
Address feedback
Your reflection
Note-Reflecting
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
CORNELL WAY Acronym
Create format
Organize your notes
Review and Reflect
Note key ideas
Exchange key ideas
Link learning
Learning tool
Write in the
Essential Question
Use preferred style
and organization
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Note-Taking
Create your
Cornell note paper
Fill in gaps with a
partner
Look for “chunks”
of notes
Write corresponding
questions
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Note-Making
Underline key
information in the
notes
Use the completed notes
as a learning tool (e.g.,
fold-over method)
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Note-Interacting
Answer each
question you’ve
written to compose
a summary
Student reflects on
how their notes
have prepared
them for their tests
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Note-Reflecting
Student addresses
the feedback on
their notes from the
teacher
How many repetitions of the material did
we just get using the Cornell notes
method?
See sample notes
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Cornell Notes Magic
The only way that anyone learns anything
is through repetition.
Other Methods for Processing
• 10–24–7
• Fold-over method
• Letting students compare notes with
a partner
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
How my life would
be different if I had
not gone to college
Who influenced
me to go to
college
Aspects of college
HS students know
least about
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
AVID 4-Corner Discussion
What skills I
needed in college
that I didn’t get
from high school
One-One-Two Minute Partner Share
Pair up with someone – Preferably someone
you do not know.
Decide who in your pair will be “A” and who will
be “B”.
As with all strategies in The Student Success
Path, this activity can be used in all classrooms
and in all content areas.
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Classroom Application
How can you incorporate One-One-Two
Minute Partner Share into your
classroom and content area?
• Change will not go smoothly
• Knowledge of the implementation dip gives
people a label for what is normal and
common
• Awareness of the dip reduces dip
AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders
THE IMPLEMENTATION DIP
• All successful change goes through
implementation dip
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The Skinny
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AVID Summer Institute 2011—Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders

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