High School Classroom Management. Armon Akerboom World Language Teacher on Special Assignment GGUSD November 17,, 2012. What is the best approach to classroom management?. Please discuss the answer with an elbow partner for two minutes. Gradual Release of Responsibility (GRR).
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High School Classroom Management Armon Akerboom World Language Teacher on Special Assignment GGUSD November 17,, 2012
What is the best approach to classroom management? • Please discuss the answer with an elbow partner for two minutes.
Gradual Release of Responsibility(GRR) • Nancy Frey and Douglas Fisher
The Four Phases of GRR • 1. I do (Teacher modeling) • 2. We do together (Guided practice) • 3. You do together (Collaborative learning) • 4. You do alone (Independent practice) • Why is each phase important? Which phase is the most important?
In your educational experience as a student, where have you spent the bulk of your time? • Take two minutes to discuss with another elbow partner.
In your educational experience, where do you wish your teachers had spent more time? Why? • Please take up to five minutes to discuss.
In what ways would faithful implementation of GRR help with classroom management? • Discuss with a partner and be prepared to share out.
Other “basics” of classroom management • Teach from bell to bell. • Be prepared with an engaging lesson that includes phases of Gradual Release. • Have posted rules and consequences. • Enforce your rules and follow through on the consequences.
Ticket out the Door(for yourself) • Please take a few minutes and write down some new ideas, in-sights or “light-bulb moments” that you’ve had today.
What questions do you have? • Have a great day and much success in your future career.