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    Gradual Release of Responsibility

    Gradual Release of Responsibility - The gradual release of responsibility model is recognized as a successful approach for moving classroom instruction from teacher-centered, whole-group delivery to student-centered collaboration and independent practice.


    This website includes information from Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey who are authors and presenters on the Gradual Release of Responsibility instructual model. http://www.fisherandfrey.com/


    GPAEA Science Specialist Ron Shafer has recorded several video clips describing the instruction strategies used in the GRR Model.

    Link to GRR Focus Lesson Video

    Link to GRR Guided Instruction and Productive Group Work Video

    Link to GRR Independent Work Video


    Link to Lesson Design Video-Preditor Prey

    Link to Focus Lesson Modeling-Preditor Prey

    While viewing the Predator-Prey lesson design and modeling videos, refer to this written lesson plan. It is aligned with the Iowa Core : Download file "Science 2011 GRR Lesson Design Predator - Prey.pdf"


    Link to Lesson Design Video -Seasons (This video will be available 9/1/2011)

    Link to Focus Lesson Modeling- Seasons (This video will be available 9/1/2011)

    While viewing the Seasons lesson design and modeling videos, refer to this written lesson plan. It is aligned with the Iowa Core: Download file "Science 2011 GRR Lesson Design Seasons.pdf"


    Additional Print Resources:


    Guided Instruction Flowchart, Table with Teacher/Student Actions for each GRR Phase, Focus Lesson Rubric, Productive Group Rubric Download file "GRR print materials.pdf"