Content Standard(s): The content standards or success criteria for this session encompass the following objectives: 1. Understand what Visible Learning is2. Know the main implications of Visible Learning3. Understand the attitude of expert teachers4. Prepare lessons for Visible Learning5. Analyze learning and feedback6. Investigate your Mind frameLearning Workshop Overview: Teachers taking this session will know and understand the main concepts behind Visible Learning proposed by Prof. John Hattie (2009, 2012)to be able to apply that knowledge into their teaching contexts.By stating clearly what Visible Learning is, what it intends to deliver, and how sound that body of research is, teachers in primary and secondary education settings can: get in touch with the most current research in terms of effectiveness in classroom teaching; know what the major influences in teaching and learning are as well as their size effects; and how to incorporate those influences into their practice. This will be presented according to the framework provided by Prof. Hardiman (2012) which takes into consideration: emotional climate, physical environment, concept mapping, teaching for mastery and extension and evaluation.The overall approach to this presentation is based on the work developed by Prof. Tokuhama-Espinosa (2010, 2014) on the principles guiding the science of Mind, Brain and Education.
Mirela Ramacciotti, Neuroeducamente, Brazil
Stream: Mind, Brain & Psychology: Human Emotional & Cognitive Development & Outcomes within Educational Contexts
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