Podcast with John Hattie about Visible Learning

Teachers, educators, radio journalists and podcasters have asked John Hattie about Visible Learning. Listen to their podcasts and join the conversation.

Ollie Lovell Interview with John Hattie defending the meta-analysis

Source: soundcloud.com/ollielovell/

VRAIN WAVES Interview with John Hattie

The Wellylearning Podcast

Source: chronotopeblog.com


John Hattie on the education politics of distraction and collaborative expertise.

Source: soundcloud.com/learnfast/

BBC Radio 4: The Educators

Source: soundcloud.com/the-educators-1/john-hattie

The Bedley Bros. EdChat

Source: bedleybros.podomatic.com

The Conversation: Speaking with…

John Hattie on how to improve the quality of education in Australian schools (Link)
podcast with john hattie: the conversation
Source: theconversation.com

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One comment on “Podcast with John Hattie about Visible Learning
  1. M. O. Buzz Williams says:

    Visible learning is helping the teacher to understand their impact on students. Students become the beneficiary. Teachers need to have multiple strategies to use with different groups or individuals. Achievement may result in high testing results and ACT scores. Real progress is helping the student to learn by themselves. Shared expectations with students, parents and teachers are important reinforcements.

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  1. […] There is never enough time; however, in the eight hours that we were together at the 2017 Consortium for 21st Century Classrooms Fall Workshop, members squeezed in a lot of learning to help them improve their teaching practice . After a fun introductory activity where participants formed their ideal schools, teams practiced the Data Dive Protocols with data illustrating John Hattie’s effect sizes.  Effect sizes are a statistical measure used to compare the impact of different influences on students’ achievement.  Teams found that some of what they thought was most effective for students might not be, and they also found that the data confirmed many of the strategies they were already using.   Which of the following classroom variables do you think have the most positive impact?  Classroom Discussion? Class Size? Holidays? Self Reported Grades? Students Seeking Help from Peers? Study Skills?  Learn more, through Hattie’s work (BBC Podcast with John Hattie).  […]

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About Visible Learning
Visible Learning means an enhanced role for teachers as they become evaluators of their own teaching. Visible Teaching and Learning occurs when teachers see learning through the eyes of students and help them become their own teachers.

Visible Learning plus is a professional development programme for teachers. It provides an in-depth review and change model for schools based on John Hattie's research. With a seminar and support series the Visible Learning plus team helps schools to find out about the impact they are having on student achievement. www.visiblelearningplus.com