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Credit Validation for AVID Extended Learning Pathway Participants Only
AVID Extended Learning Pathways professional learning is an opportunity for Community of Practice members to choose two learning journeys as extensions of their learning experience from AVID DigitalXP. This allows participants to build on their knowledge of identified topics of interest (such as Academic Language Development, WICOR, Literacy, and Student and Educator Agency) through participating in the two sessions of synchronous and asynchronous learning. Each session culminates with 30 minutes of synchronous reflection, celebration, and planning. New learning will be applied in participants’ schools/districts. This professional learning experience for AVID DigitalXP attendees can earn .5 units of graduate level extension credit (in semester hours) for attending and completing all aspects of the training that includes active participation in the course and completion of all assignments. Participants can apply for university credit up to six weeks after completion.
- Promote sustainability of college and career readiness through fidelity to the AVID system
- Dive deeper into topics related to AVID's College Readiness System
- Receive application of learning feedback from peers
Number of Units: .5 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours
Who Should Attend: This course provides continuing education for AVID Extended Learning Pathways participants that participated in AVID DigitalXP.
Format: AVID Extended Learning Pathways is held virtually, with synchronous and asynchronous components.
Course Requirements: All professional learning requires participants to have their own device or laptop that can connect to the Internet. Participants must bring an acceptable device, power cord, and earbuds/headphones with them to the training. If a district-issued device is being used, be sure to log in to the device on the district network before attending. Device software and preferred web browsers (Chrome or Firefox) need to be up to date. It is highly recommended that participants have both browsers on their device prior to attending the training. Acceptable devices include laptops, Chromebooks, Surface devices, and iPad Pros. Unacceptable devices include iPad minis, iPads, Kindle or Galaxy tablets, and smartphones.NOTE: The deadline for registering for university credit is up to six weeks after completion of the last module. Late enrollments will not be accepted after this period, no exceptions. If you plan to take this course multiple times this year with a different focus each time, please enroll in EDC-X724UA first and then EDC-X724UB for your second.