This strand is designed for AVID administrators, coordinators, AVID Elective teachers, and Site Team members who are ready to work with their sites to conduct self-examination and address issues of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and accountability through a growth mindset. The strand will provide a framework of effective methodologies that validate the cultures of all students in the classroom and on the campus. These research-based strategies will enhance the site’s curriculum and help students make relevant learning connections to increase subject-matter comprehension. After attending this strand, participants will understand how to create multidimensional lessons while incorporating rigor for various learning styles. Engage with colleagues in community-building activities and critical conversations around race, gender, class, sexual orientation, ability, and language, as well as other culturally relevant topics, all designed to equip participants with practical strategies for transforming educators in our classrooms, schools, and districts.
Three-day professional learning hosted at 10 face-to-face locations across the United States during June and July that provides high-paced, interactive, dynamic professional learning while modeling engaging and rigorous instruction.Learn More & Enroll
Two-day professional learning hosted at a face-to-face location across the United States yearlong provides an excellent way to broaden or deepen the ongoing improvement of instruction and comprehensive culture of student success within your school setting.Learn More & Enroll