“1) Teachers as evaluators of their impact; 2) The power of moving from what students know now towards success criteria; 3) Errors are the essence of learning and they are to be welcomed as opportunities; 4) Feedback to teachers about their impact; and 5) The need for passion about, and promote the language of learning. Why—as these are the key findings, the story, underlying the 1200+ meta-analyses” (John Hattie, personal communication, July 24, 2016).
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- What is your take on the impact of praise as reward?
- What kind of effect does passion of a teacher actually have on his/her pupils? (Are they more willing to learn in order to impress their teacher, more interested,…?)
- Do data walls have the support of most (any?) esteemed education academics?
- Is there some metric you would suggest I try to use personally to determine where my time would be best suited at these two schools with 4 classrooms of kindergarten students eager to learn to read?
- What is evidence-based practice for Resource Teacher of Learning Behavior? There appears to be very little independent research.
- How important is the feedback between teachers and students?
- What are the five most influential factors on student learning? (And, why?)
- I would like further information on the Diagnose, Intervention, Evaluation (DIE) Model, in terms of training student teachers.
- What initial steps should be taken by a teacher wishing to implement visible learning in the classroom?
- What indicators show the teachers that they are on the right track or that they must make a change?