HOW STUDENTS LEARN CONTRIBUTES TO HOW THEY WILL THRIVE
Social and emotional learning programs are a central focus for many districts, and with AVID’s resources, these programs can thrive.
SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING IS AT THE CORE OF AVID
Academic skills are just some of the contributing factors to college and career success. According to the National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development, overwhelming evidence indicates that the development of social and emotional skills and competencies are equally essential for students to thrive in school, careers, and life.
HOW DOES AVID ALIGN WITH SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING?
Long before the social and emotional learning term made its way into the lexicon through the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), AVID had been embedding social and emotional learning into AVID implementation. AVID tenets of high expectations and achievement gained through hard work and determination were predicated on the support received through strong student–teacher relationships and a collaborative classroom environment.
AVID'S ALIGNMENT WITH CASEL'S FIVE CORE COMPETENCIES
AVID students perform goal-setting exercises, as well as self-inventories on their learning styles, and self-identify their personal priorities.
Organization—including focused note-taking, information management, time management, and goal setting—is one of the main cornerstones of every AVID classroom.
AVID classes are structured to empower students to advocate on behalf of themselves to navigate and influence their environment.
Students are provided opportunities to develop their skills in order to effectively communicate and collaborate in an array of diverse settings.
Through AVID’s emphasis on inquiry, students can explore issues more deeply in order to take a more thoughtful approach to challenges presented to them.
Read more about the power of positive relationships in our Blog.