Fostering Student Independence

October 17, 2016 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

EduGains has posted a pamphlet (a jam-packed double-sided extravaganza) titled Fostering Student Independence: An Educator’s Guide and written by representatives from the Barrie region boards of education. ” The gradual release of responsibility model provides educators with the instructional framework to move from educator supports to student independence.” It is based around the following 4 steps:

  1. Demonstration/Focus Lesson
  2. Prompt/Guided Instruction
  3. Collaborative Practice
  4. Independence

Check it out! Rowan

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