We are visible learners.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

We are visible learners. This is an image only but certainly makes learning clear --- is is VISIBLE!

visible learning- research shown as an info graphic on what makes the difference- are we spending our time and energy on the things that matter?

What works in classrooms and why: educational Infographic for Osiris Educational and Visible Learning with John Hattie

John Hattie's Influences & Effect Sizes Related to Student Achievement -- Excellent resource for School Improvement Plans

Visible Learning: Hattie ranking: Influences and effect sizes related to student achievement (Hattie-Rangliste)

Click on the picture for free download from TpT.I've been thinking a lot about formative assessments lately.  Formative assessments are all about gathering information from your students - during inst

Metacognition: Helping Students Assess Their Own Learning (Light Bulbs and Laughter)

Self-assessment for the students. There are posters, rubric, cards for student use, and notebook page. The teacher can evaluate based on their self-assessments.

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Fill up a whole wall. Have individual students add paper to the wall when growth mindset choices are made.

Teach Children Well: #educoach: Visible Learning-Chapter 6

In chapter Hattie delves into "The flow of the lesson: learning." I did find myself overwhelmed with this chapter because it clearly d.

Feedback-for-Learning-Visible-Learning-John-Hattie-Infographic

7 Things to Remember About Feedback [Infographic] - From ASCD's Educational Leadership Magazine about what feedback for learning is (and isn't) and how feedback works to improve learning. From John Hattie's Visible Learning.

I think, I question, I imagine, I create, I struggle, I collaborate, I try, I fail, I persist, I reflect, I change. I learn. This so reflects visible learning!

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I use this “Stoplight Method” as a formative assessment after my lessons to give me feedback on about what my students understand and, just as importantly, what they still don’t get.  I give each student a sticky note to write: GREEN: Today I learned… YELLOW: Today I considered (a question…; an idea…) RED: Today my learning stopped because…

Stoplight Method Formative Assessment

GREEN: Today I learned… YELLOW: Today I considered (a question…; an idea…) RED: Today my learning stopped because…

John Hattie's 9 Mindframes for Visible Learning Educators

This is "John Hattie's 9 Mindframes for Visible Learning Educators" by Cognition Education on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people…

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