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Hattie, John; Zierer, Klaus – Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019
"Visible Learning Insights" presents a fascinating 'inside view' of the ground-breaking research of John Hattie. Together, the authors John Hattie and Klaus Zierer embark on a mission to build on the internationally renowned work and combine the power and authority of the research with the real 'coal face' experience of schools. Offering…
Descriptors: Outcomes of Education, Teaching Methods, Meta Analysis, Educational Improvement
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Zhou, YaRu – International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present, 2019
Collective teacher efficacy has been introduced as the number one impact on students' achievement by John Hattie and has drawn increasing attention from educational researchers. This study presents the theoretical background of collective teacher efficacy and some empirical findings of this new number one visible learning factor. The paper also…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Self Efficacy, Social Cognition, Psychological Patterns
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Simpson, Adrian – Educational Research and Evaluation, 2019
Effect size is the basis of much evidence-based education policymaking. In particular, it is assumed to measure the educational effectiveness of interventions. Policy is being driven by the influential work of John Hattie, the Education Endowment Foundation, and others, which is grounded in this assumption. This article demonstrates the assumption…
Descriptors: Effect Size, Educational Policy, Educational Research, Policy Formation
Carrero, Jacqueline – Educational Horizons, 2015
The author discusses how teachers can measure their effectiveness and discusses three frameworks they can use to do so: the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards's Core Propositions, Robert J. Marzano's Teacher Evaluation Model, and John Hattie's eight mind frames. She also gives examples from her own experience to show how she…
Descriptors: Teacher Evaluation, Evaluation Methods, Teacher Effectiveness, National Standards
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McKnight, Lucinda; Whitburn, Ben – Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 2020
The publication of John Hattie's "Visible Learning: A synthesis of over 800 meta-analyses relating to achievement" in 2009 has led to the widespread adoption of the Visible Learning program around the world. Critique of this program has been less widespread, especially in English, and has tended to centre on the mechanisms of…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Neoliberalism, Professionalism, Politics of Education
Scott, Brian E. – Prufrock Press Inc., 2020
Teachers and curriculum specialists are exposed to many ideas from educational leaders, but it is difficult to know which ones can be transformed into meaningful learning experiences in the classroom. "Concept-Based Instruction": (1) Helps educators translate the works of leading educational thinkers into concept-based units; (2) Draws…
Descriptors: Concept Teaching, Curriculum Development, Active Learning, Units of Study
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DeWitt, Peter – Education Sciences, 2018
John Hattie's Visible Learning research has been read, dissected, and implemented by educators and leaders around the world. Whether it's the effect sizes or the influences that challenge the thinking of the status quo, the Visible Learning research has taken a place in many educational conversations. Over the last three years, the author of this…
Descriptors: Learning Processes, Self Efficacy, Instructional Leadership, Faculty Development
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Wrigley, Terry – British Educational Research Journal, 2018
In response to the increasing emphasis on 'evidence-based teaching', this article examines the privileging of randomised controlled trials and their statistical synthesis (meta-analysis). It also pays particular attention to two third-level statistical syntheses: John Hattie's "Visible learning" project and the EEF's "Teaching and…
Descriptors: Evidence, Evidence Based Practice, Randomized Controlled Trials, Meta Analysis
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Eacott, Scott – School Leadership & Management, 2017
As one of the central institutions of society, schooling is subject to significant public interest and scrutiny. Fads and fashion successfully developed elsewhere are often rebadged and relaunched in education for the purpose of improvement. Such interventions are often quickly identified as intruders and frequently fade into obscurity, but what…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Leadership, Leadership Styles, Debate
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Rømer, Thomas Aastrup – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2019
In this paper, I work out a five-stringed criticism of John Hattie's theory of Visible Learning. First, I argue that the theory is a theory of evaluation that denies education as such. Second, I show that there are problems with the dependent variable, learning, i.e. the effect of a given intervention. Thirdly, I show that Hattie's theory belongs…
Descriptors: Learning Theories, Criticism, Feedback (Response), Educational Theories
Mitra, Sugata – Corwin, 2019
Educators have been trying to harness the "promise" of technology in education for decades, to no avail, but we have learned that children in groups--when given access to the Internet--can learn anything by themselves. In this groundbreaking book, you will glimpse the emerging future of learning with technology. It turns out the promise…
Descriptors: Educational Trends, Technology Uses in Education, Independent Study, Internet
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Ehrenworth, Mary; Minor, Cornelius; Federman, Mark; Jennings, James; Messer, Katherine; McCloud, Christopher – Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 2015
Building on the work of John Hattie, Richard Kent, and Tom Newkirk, a think tank collaborative in New York City's high schools works to raise the level of students' close reading, argumentation, and agency across the curriculum by teaching students to analyze athletic competitions, to compose sports arguments, and to transfer and apply these…
Descriptors: Athletic Coaches, Teacher Collaboration, High Schools, Secondary School Teachers
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Hattie, John – School Leadership & Management, 2017
John Hattie replies to Scott Eacott's article "School Leadership and the Cult of the Guru: The Neo-Taylorism of Hattie" ("School Leadership & Management," v37 n4 p413-426 2017). Hattie addresses three major claims of Eacott's article. They are: (1) There are specific conditions that have enabled the rise of Cult Hattie. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Change, School Administration, School Effectiveness
Oczkus, Lori D. – ASCD, 2018
In this fully revised and expanded third edition of the bestselling "Reciprocal Teaching at Work," Lori D. Oczkus provides both tried-and-true and fresh solutions for teaching reading comprehension. Reciprocal teaching is a scaffolded discussion technique that builds on the Fab Four strategies that good readers use to understand text:…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Reading Comprehension, Student Participation, Reciprocal Teaching
Dougherty, Eleanor; Billings, Laura; Roberts, Terry – ASCD, 2016
Every teacher knows the challenge of trying to engage reluctant readers and struggling writers--students whose typical response to a writing prompt is a few sentence fragments scribbled on a sheet of paper followed by an elaborate shrug of the shoulders. The best way to engage less confident readers and writers is to give them something powerful…
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Thinking Skills, Teaching Methods, Elementary Secondary Education
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