Just one week to arrange your visit to the Visible Learning Plus With John Hattie.

09 June 2017

Topics include:

· Realign and reconsider your core purpose as a school“ and how to achieve it

· Know which strategies have the biggest effect, and which you can drop

· Bring whole-school cohesion to Teaching and Learning

· Understand how teachers™ mindframes hold the key to lasting change

· Further promote attainment and achievement for all children by inspiring and empowering every teacher, in every classroom, to utilise Visible Learning concepts

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