http://aotawhiti.school.nz/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/HattieSession1.pdf

Here are some excepts from the pdf about “John Hatti’s Visible Learning”

“The remarkable feature of the evidence is that the greatest effects on student learning occur when teachers become learners of their own teaching, and when students become their own teachers”

“Visible teaching and learning occurs when there is deliberate practice aimed at attaining mastery of the goal, when there is feedback given and sought, and when there are active, passionate, and engaging people(teacher,students,peers)participating inthe act of learning.”

What does matter is teachers having a mind frame in which they see it as their role to evaluate their effect on learning

This results in teachers making calculated interventions, providing students with multiple opportunities and alternatives to learn, at both surface and deep levels.

Learning is a very personal journey

 

TEACHERS

What he is not saying is that “teachers matter”

He calls this a cliche that is completely unsupported in his research

The greatest source of variance in our system relates to teachers (both between teachers and even a single teacher can vary in practice across days, a lesson with student

The act of teaching requires deliberate interventions to ensure that there is cognitive change in the student

learning intentions
knowing when success occurs
knowing prior learning
providing meaningful and challenging experiences

Passion is more than just being charming and joyous

Hattie argues that passionate teachers are thrilled by achievement and frustrated by challenges.

He argues that passionate teachers are infectious

It requires a love of the content, a care for the subject, a desire to make others love it too, and a desire to continue to learn

Passion is more than just being charming and joyous

Hattie argues that passionate teachers are thrilled by achievement and frustrated by challenges.

He argues that passionate teachers are infectious

It requires a love of the content, a care for the subject, a desire to make others love it too, and a desire to continue to learn

When teaching and learning are visible, there is a greater likelihood of students achieving higher

Teachers need to be evaluators and activators Importance of feedback
Seeking further challenges
Importance of teacher mind frames

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