In EDUC 450 we were required to AVID tutor at a middle, high or elementary school once a week for the entire semester. My AVID tutor was at Boltz Middle School in a math class every Tuesday from 1:45 to 2:30. At the beginning of the semester we did not tutor we did binder checks and made sure students were staying organized and prepared. Once I began tutoring I found it to be a mostly positive experience. I usually tutored a group of four students and one or two were able to get a TRF presented by the end of the class. The students struggled with asking questions that led the students to the answers and seemed to get slightly more confused throughout the process. However their were some sessions where students had clear moments of understanding after working through the problem and really seemed to benefit. This was clear when other students presented with similar problems and the students were able to ask questions that lead them to the answer easily. I am very glad I participated in AVID it was a great learning experience for helping students to use questions to solve problems that help lead them to the answer. I really had to think and solve the problem myself in order to ask questions that would effectively help the students. Because of this I had to learn along with the students and this also helped me see where they were stuck and how to help them understand the problems presented.