Visible Learning Plus Foundation Day: What The Best Schools Know And Do With Professor John Hattie

30 October 2017

Join Professor John Hattie for a guide to gaining maximum impact through focusing on what works best, not simply what works.

What You Will Learn:



  • The main factors that influence student learning

  • The processes that maximise the impact of all your decisions

  • What collective efficacy is, and why it is integral to effective professional development






What You Will Be Able To Do:



  • Make decisions based on what you know for certain will lead to a growth in student achievement

  • Ensure all pupils make at least one year™s progress for one year™s input

  • Take clear steps to evaluate the impact of what every one does in your school





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