Discover the impact of the world’s most powerful education research
Venue – The Cliffs Pavilion, Station Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex SS0 7RA
Dates – Monday, 5th November 2018
Price – £285.00
- Examine how Visible Learning Research is transforming the way we think about school improvement
- Collective Efficacy: Find out about the new No. 1 impact on Student Learning
- Embed the teaching strategies proven to make a measurable difference
- Take away a framework of collaboration that can triple the speed of learning
Join Professor John Hattie, the world’s leading educational researcher, and his expert team at our conference 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
- How to use data to evidence your impact on learning
- What collective efficacy is, and why it is integral to effective professional development
- How to create visible, metacognitive learners in every classroom in your school
What you will be able to do:
- Make decisions based on what you know for certain leads 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 everyone does in your school
Creating Visible Learners with Laura Kearney
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Using SOLO to Make Teaching and Learning Visible with Helen Blanchard
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Professor John Hattie and Workshop Facilitators
Professor John Hattie
John Hattie is an internationally acclaimed education researcher, recognised as a master at figuring out what helps students to learn. He has written 14 best-selling books.
Laura is the lead Visible Learning plus trainer in the UK. She currently works as Regional Director of Osiris
Helen is an NCETM professional development lead and was a National Strategies regional advisor for mathematics and functional skills