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Gradual Release of Responsibility with Template

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Rebecca Austerman

on 7 September 2011

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Transcript of Gradual Release of Responsibility with Template

Gradual Release of Responsibility Collaborative Learning Focus Lessons Guided Instruction End Products Teacher is responsible for:
Establishing purpose
Focusing attention
Teaching key ideas
Explaining assessment
Models
Explains
Thinks aloud
Models academic Language Teacher:
Questions
Prompts
Cues
Responds
Explains
Suggests
Acknowledges
Demonstrates Flexibility
Taps into student interests and learning styles Teacher:
Managing (No teaching)
Moves around the room
Provides guidance
Pushes students to higher level thinking Independent Work Teacher:
Provides meaningful, experiential, relevant learning tasks
Monitors using formative and summative assessments
Guides
Confers
Encourages higher level thinking. Student is:
Listening
Observing
Taking notes
Participating on a limited basis Student:
Interacts
Questions
Responds
Participates
Tries Out
Approximates Differentiated Instruction
Formative Assessment
Small groups Independent products from the collaborative process Student:
Contributes to the task
Explains his/her thinking
Listens to others
Discusses concepts/ideas
Makes connections
Uses social skills
Reflects
Applies new knowledge
Synthesizes
Is accountable Student:
Applies learning in new ways
Self directs
Self monitors
Problem Solves
Sets goals Know the vocabulary.
Recognize where Gradual Release exists in your lesson plans already. Using Shoulder Partners:
Think of one current or previous lesson in which you have used collaborative groups. Share with each other what that looked like in your classroom.
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