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Visible Learning

 John Hattie investigated over 800 pieces of research in order to identify the most successful strategies that promote learning. Here are the top 11...

Influence

Effect

Area

Information

Self-reported grades

1.44

Student

Recognises the power of children’s own expectations of achievement

Piagetian programmes

1.28

Student

Teaching supports constant assimilation and accommodation

Formative evaluation

0.9

Teaching

Teachers provided with effective feedback so they can ascertain “How  am I going?”

Microteaching

0.88

Teacher

Small group highly planned  teaching

Acceleration

0.88

School

ALP involves high expectations, stimulating, compacted, well planned teaching programmes,

Classroom behaviour

0.8

School

Sort of obvious!

Comprehensive Interventions for SEN

0.77

Teaching

Direct instruction and trained intervention strategies are most effective

Teacher clarity

0.75

Teacher

Clarity of teachers speech when providing explanations and instructions

Reciprocal teaching

0.74

Teaching

Providing children with the skills to teach too! Use of cognitive strategies - summarizing, questioning, clarifying and predicting

Feedback

0.74

Teaching

Remember that student to teacher feedback is an important aspect of this process

Teacher/Pupil relationships

0.73

Teacher

Are you the sort of person that a child wants to spend the day with?

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