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Welcome to Tutorology All AVID teachers will be expected to be trained in Tutorology by 2010 as required by the AVID Center. This will be a requirement.

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1 Welcome to Tutorology All AVID teachers will be expected to be trained in Tutorology by 2010 as required by the AVID Center. This will be a requirement of the site certification process.

2 Rationale Completing first half of Tutorology Training Developing Site Trainers Developing Trainer of Trainers

3 Why a Tutorial Support Curriculum? Align tutor training to the national certification document--Essential 8.2 Provide the teacher with tools to debrief and refine the tutorial process with students and tutors. Provide the teacher with tools to facilitate rigorous tutorials that support students in academic classes.

4 Agenda Ten Steps in the Tutorials Process Give One Get One Characteristics of Ideal Tutors Expectations of Site Tutor Trainer Expectations of AVID Tutor Binder Grade Sheets Four Corner Activity for Cornell Notes DVD Matt’s Story

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6 Top 10 Characteristics of Ideal Tutors “Give One Get One” Meet and Greet three people that you do not know Give and idea and get an idea Share how you convey these to your AVID tutors

7 Top 10 Characteristics of Ideal Tutors “Give One Get One” How do the characteristics you discussed compare to page 9, handout 1.3.1?

8 Site Tutor Trainer and AVID Tutor Expectations Individually read and review all of page 15 and page 17 Prioritize your top five bulleted items from page 17 Compare your top five bulleted items with the others at your table

9 Before the Tutorial  What systems can we put in place at our site to check student binders?

10 Binder Grade Sheets Individually read and review pages and then complete page 54 “Got P-M-I” Share out with larger group

11 Break Five Minute Break

12 Before the Tutorial Table Discussion  How do we norm the grading of Cornell Notes?

13 Four Corner Activity Review the student samples of Cornell notes on pages Review the Cornell Note grading checklist and Cornell Note rubric pages 76 and 77 Utilize both grading tools and assign a letter grade of A, B, C, D/F for student Cornell Note pages. Please do this quietly on your own.

14 Four Corner Activity Go to the corner of the room that corresponds with the grade you gave for the Cornell Note page selected by the presenter. Share your reasoning/justification for your grade in small groups at your corner. You may change the grade you assigned the page based on the rationale you hear from each group. Select a representative from your group to share out with the whole group.

15 Four Corner Activity Debrief How do I grade Cornell Notes for quality as well as quantity? How can we use this Four Corner activity to norm the way that we (elective teachers, content teachers, tutors and students) evaluate Cornell Notes at our site?

16 Matt’s Story DVD DVD Supporting the AVID Elective Class What are the contractual agreements you have with your AVID tutors?

17 Round-Table Share If you attended 2008 Summer Institute Tutorology Strand, please share your experiences and what you have already taken back to your classroom.


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