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May 11, 2021

Visible Learning News for May

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 10:06 pm
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Another visible learning item.

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Start Your Journey Today Did you know?
Did you know you have the chance to be a part of Professor John Hattie’s research? On behalf of our Visible Learning+ delivery partner in the UK, Osiris Educational, we invite you to lend your voice. You’re invited to take part in the world’s largest survey centered around student voice and learningFind out more today!

And when you’re ready to put the research into action, start your Visible Learning+ professional learning journey.

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Rebuilding agency is an important part of rebounding schools. Check out the introduction of Rebound: Rebuilding Agency, Accelerating Learning Recovery, and Rethinking Schools to hear from Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, Dominique Smith, and John Hattie about how to bounce back, build back better, and benefit from what we’ve learned in the last year.

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In the age of post-pandemic teaching and learning we must leverage our expertise as educators to support the acceleration of student learning and achievement by meticulously deciding what ideas, content, and skills are crucial for our students to understand and practice.

Check out our latest white paper, Reinvesting and Rebounding: Where the Evidence Points for Accelerating Learning and dive into tips, tools, and data-driven evidence from experts in education.

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John Hattie: We need to get better at learning transfer Speaking at the World Education Summit, John Hattie emphasizes the importance of applying learning across domains. When students can apply their learning in various settings, we know they have learned and that our teaching has had impact.

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World’s Top 30 Education Professionals for 2021 Congratulations to John Hattie for being recognized as a Global Guru in education!

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4 Simple Rules for a Pedagogy of Student Voice Student control over learning is likely to have a small positive impact on learning, according into the Visible Learning research. Creating a culture grounded in student voice, where students lead and are engaged in the learning process, begins by examining existing teaching practices.

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What The Community Is Saying What the community is saying
Visible Learning is being used by schools all over the world. Want to be featured? Join the conversation about impact using #visiblelearning or #iamVL. And follow @VisibleLearning for updates.

Twitter Icon Had an excellent time with our Kramer staff this afternoon at the #kramerplc on #visiblelearning. Some of our risk-takers took #sketchnotes for the first time! #sorryaboutthezoomchat @KramerDISD @CarmenAre_teach
Twitter Icon It’s great going into classrooms to see teachers making learning completely visible to students through learning maps. Giving students clarity on what they will be able to do to be successful during the learning process #edchat #educoach #visiblelearning
Twitter Icon #JohnHattie data came up a lot in M.Ed study, but just now finding time to dive in-I’m OBSESSED. T’s: Do you purposely implement #visiblelearning strategies? Track the results? Tell me more!
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