John Hattie talks with me today about Visible Learning, The Impact of What We do, and a couple of his most recent books - 10 Mindframes for Leaders, and The Distance Learning Playbook Series for Leaders and Teachers K-12. This is episode 332 of Teach...
John Hattie talks with me today about Visible Learning, The Impact of What We do, and a couple of his most recent books - 10 Mindframes for Leaders, and The Distance Learning Playbook Series for Leaders and Teachers K-12. This is episode 332 of Teaching Learning Leading K12.
Professor John Hattie is a researcher in education. His research interests include performance indicators, models of measurement and evaluation of teaching and learning. John Hattie became known to a wider public with his two books Visible Learning and Visible Learning for teachers. Visible Learning is a synthesis of more than 800 meta-studies covering more than 250 million students. According to John Hattie Visible Learning is the result of 15 years of research about what works best for learning in schools. TES once called him “possibly the world’s most influential education academic”.
John Hattie is Laureate Professor of Education at the University of Melbourne, Australia, since March 2011. Before, he was Project Director of asTTle and Professor of Education at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. He holds a PhD from the University of Toronto, Canada. You can find a full CV of Professor John Hattie (PDF) at the website of the University of Auckland.
John Hattie’s research got a lot of attention from the media linked to the publication of his Visible Learning meta-study. The problem was that many individual aspects of his research were taken and used as a kind of checklist that could magically improve schools. It won’t work like that. John Hattie’s TED talk “Why are so many of our teachers and schools so successful” can be a good starting point to putting it all in context.
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Length - 48:23