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SRSD: The Key to

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Leah Bertschi

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What is strategy instruction?
What is SRSD?
How can I use SRSD in my classroom?
Rapid Fire
Strategy Instruction
helping students use cognitive processes and instructional strategies to learn
Self-Regulated Strategy Development
Six Stages
RAP Strategy
Stage 3: Model It
SRSD: The Key to
Successful Strategy

By: Leah Bertschi
SED 545

Goal: independent learning
Miller, 2002
uses a combined approach of learning strategies and self-regulation to help students develop cognitive processes
Addresses both their skills and their thinking
Harris, Graham, Mason, & Friedlander, 2008
Strategic vs. Non-Strategic Learners
What does a strategic learner look like?
What does a non-strategic learner look like?
analyze a problem/ develop a plan
access background knowledge
develop new organizational and
procedural process for more
complex tasks
doesn't know where to begin
unaware of possible steps a
task can be broken into
Cannot focus on or complete a
The IRIS Center, 2008
Develop background knowledge
Discuss it
Model it
Memorize it
Practice it
Independent practice
What skills will they need?
What vocabulary do they
Why is the strategy important?
When and how do you use the strategy?
Get a commitment from the teacher and student.
Model the steps and the cognitive processes of the strategy.
Help students become fluent
in the steps
Give opportunity for guided
Scaffold instruction
Corrective feedback
Integrate skills into lessons
to maintain and generalize
the strategy
Monitor performance and
offer feedback
Stage 1: how to read, find the main idea
Stage 1:
Develop Background Knowledge
Stage 2: Discuss it
Stage 2: You will be able to summarize and understand what you read better
Stage 3: Model how to use RAP including steps and cognitive processes
Stage 4: Rapid fire
Stage 5: Students read paragraphs and use RAP
Stage 6: Students generalize RAP to content areas
Stage 4: Memorize It
SRSD Lessons
Stage 5: Practice It
Break into groups
To your classroom
Stage 6: Independent Practice
What strategies do you use that you could teach using the SRSD framework?

Harris, K.R., Graham, S., Mason, L.H., & Freidlander, B. (2008).
POWERFUL Writing Strategies for all Students. Baltimore,
MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Inc.
Miller, S. P. (2002). Validated Practices for Teaching Students
with Diverse Needs and Abilities. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Chapter 4. Selecting instructional methods: The
Strategy Instruction Model, pp. 156-183]
The IRIS Center for Training Enhancements. (2008). SRSD:
Using learning strategies to enhance student learning. Retrieved on [April 26, 2014] from
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