“This is because I keep adding new meta-analyses as they come in. The story, however is in the details here – it is still critically important as without these relationships and trust it is unlikely that students would ever admit to errors and not knowing, be receptive to feedback to improve – the core of learning” (John Hattie, personal communication, February 23, 2018).
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- In examining your research on teacher-student relationships, in 2009 and 2011, the effect size of teacher-student relationships was 0.72. In 2015, the effect size dropped to 0.52. Just curious, as to what you attribute the drop in effect size?
- What is microteaching?
- I am very interested in using micro-teaching with my staff to improve their impact on student achievement next year. Do you know of any articles to read or schools or people that I can contact that have been practicing micro-teaching effectively?
- Do you think there should be opportunities for staff to learn about data analysis?
- Is being passionate something that we can learn?
- In your book you are talking about passion as a key element in teaching. What are the characteristics of this passion? How is one able to recognize a passionate teacher?
- Can teaching be effective even without passion? Why (not)?
- Have you been influenced by teacher? If yes, how did he/she actually influence you?
- What should I as an educator focus on?
- Where do you start to ensure that you are not repeating what has already been taught?