Hattie TEDx Talk: Why are so many schools & teachers successful?

This is worth sharing as a neat overview of Hattie’s research and the learning impacts. With Visible Learning as the basis for our Teacher Learning Communities at CA, it makes for a timely resource.

A couple more of his videos

Disasters and below average methods in teaching:

Effective methods in teaching:





5 responses to “Hattie TEDx Talk: Why are so many schools & teachers successful?”

  1. Stephen Avatar

    Reblogged this on i-Biology and commented:

    This is an excellent TED Talk in which Hattie gives a solid overview of the Visible Learning impacts. Teachers should watch it. Students might get something out of it, too.

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