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Visible learning

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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

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

Visible Learning Materials - Missouri EduSAIL

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

Five Insights on the 10th Anniversary of John Hattie’s Visible Learning Research | A+ Alabama Best Practices Center

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.

Why have a Bump It Up Wall in your classroom?

Bump it up walls are a fantastic tool to make learning visible in the classroom. Not only are learning intentions clear, but students can also use the wall as a ‘third teacher’ when you are busy with other students. What does the research say about Bump It Up Walls? How to set up a Bump […]

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...

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...

RT @SarahLeiker: How do yourSds explore ideas vs.memorize facts w #visiblethinking routines? http://tracyannclark.com/2014/08/16/why-i-cant-stop-talking-about-visible-thinking/ …

“How do yourSds explore ideas vs.memorize facts with #visiblethinking routines? #newtechnetwork http://t.co/YPYtv92dfa”

Making Thinking Visible with Interactive Bulletin Boards. This is a great strategy to use for inquiry based learning and works in many grades. I have tried it with first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade. It allowed for s student's voices to be heard and seen and increased engagement. This strategy provides opportunity for critical thinking in the elementary classroom. Great for 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and up!

Making Thinking Visible with Interactive Bulletin Boards. This is a great strategy to use for inquiry based learning and works in many grades. I have tried it with first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade. It allowed for s student's voices to be heard and seen and increased engagement. This strategy provides opportunity for critical thinking in the elementary classroom. Great for 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and up!