Power converters employ high-frequency switching between multiple switch states, each of which causes the system to exhibit a different dynamic behavior. Averaged models are a common simplification used for describing the behavior in one or two specific cycles of switch states, also called operating modes. In this context, we propose extending the method of Sun et al. (2001), which allows averaging in two operating modes, to a converter model with four operating modes. We show in simulations that our model results in a reasonable approximation of the true moving average of the original switching converter model during large transients that pass through multiple operating modes.