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A recent post at the Corwin Connect blog celebrates the 10th anniversary of John Hattie's Visible Learning, a groundbreaking study of "what works" in teaching and learning.
Robin Madison saved to RtI/MTSS
Visible Learning "Visible” refers to making student learning visible to teachers, ensuring attributes that make a “visible” difference to student learning. The “learning” aspect refers to how we go about knowing and understanding then doing something about student “learning”. "Visible Learning" Learning Objectives Introduce and
Kamaria Muhammad saved to Personalized Learning
English teachers, try these three visible thinking activities for teaching literary analysis. Show your students that discovering author purpose is a process and give them opportunities to see that process in action - you'll be amazed at the results. #highschoolenglish #middleschoolela #literaryanalysis #authorpurpose #visiblethinking
Irena Pemberton saved to Teaching English
Visible learning stems from 15 years of research from Professor John Hattie which is based on millions of students and represented the largest meta-analysis and synthesis of what improves student...
Jennifer Schucker saved to Classroom
Many approaches to encouraging better thinking are abilities-centric, but Visible Thinking is about fostering dispositions of thought, creating a Culture of Thinking, and bringing students to the c…
Linda Collins saved to Paper
We use tools in our classroom that help encourage our students' thinking -- but are you making their thinking visible? We use anchor charts and other strategies, but are you doing all of these? There's one way to find out!
Hayley Gochenour saved to Hobbies
Quick, casual ways to make sure everybody's on board.
Heidi F saved to self evaluation
A few days ago, I posted a picture on my Instagram account that got a really positive response. You guys saw my self-directed learning progression and you all said you wanted it! Since you wanted it, it's up for free in my Teachers Pay Teachers store, so grab it now before you forget!! Click here or on the picture below to grab your copy. I like this learning progression because it helps the students to assess where they are in three areas: academics, problem-solving capabilities, and…
Marla Savage saved to Classroom Management