Hattie Ranking: Teaching Effects


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  1. Martin says:

    I use Hattie’s research daily. It would be nice if the different charts were made into PDFs that could be downloaded and shared with others. I would also like page numbers attached to the strategies so I can quickly look up the data analysis.

    Thank you for this great comprehensive work!

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