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1 John Hattie

2 Overview of Visible Learning Result of 15 years’ research and synthesises over 800 meta-analyses relating to the influences on achievement in school-aged students Identifies 138 influences on learning

3 Meta-Analyses results provide a “standard” from which to judge effects It is a comparison based on typical, real-world effects rather than based on the strongest cause possible, or with the weakest cause imaginable.

4 Meta-Analyses Based on Six Major Contributors to Learning: Contribution# of Studies Student11,101 Home2,211 Schools4,150 Teacher2,225 Curricula7,102 Teaching25,860 TOTAL52,649

5 Meta-Analyses Based on Six Major Contributors to Learning: Contribution Student Prior knowledge of learning Expectations Degree of openness to experiences Emerging beliefs about the value and worth to them from investing in learning Engagement Ability to build a sense of self from engagement in learning

6 Scale 138 factors Effect Standard deviations (SD)

7 Standard Deviation

8 1 Standard Deviation Students do better than 84% of students not in that initiative Typically represent 2 years growth in one year

9 Focus What is effective? What you can impact?

10 Hattie’s “Barometer of Influence” 0.0 Negative © John Hattie Visible Learning Medium 1.2 High Reverse Effects Developmental Effects Teacher Effects Desired Effects d=0.4+ Influences that have greatest impact on student achievement outcomes d=0.0 and d=0.15 What students could probably achieve if there was no schooling. d=below 0.15 Can be considered potentially harmful and probably should not be implemented -0.2 Low d=0.15 and d=0.40 Influences in this zone are similar to what teachers can accomplish in a typical year of schooling.

11 Rank Order of Influences on Learning Based on 138 Influences © John Hattie Visible Learning

12 Overview of Visible Learning Result of 15 years’ research and synthesises over 800 meta-analyses relating to the influences on achievement in school-aged students Identifies 138 influences on learning

13 Meta-Analyses results provide a “standard” from which to judge effects It is a comparison based on typical, real-world effects rather than based on the strongest cause possible, or with the weakest cause imaginable.

14 Meta-Analyses Based on Six Major Contributors to Learning: Contribution# of Studies Student11,101 Home2,211 Schools4,150 Teacher2,225 Curricula7,102 Teaching25,860 TOTAL52,649

15 Meta-Analyses Based on Six Major Contributors to Learning: Contribution Student Prior knowledge of learning Expectations Degree of openness to experiences Emerging beliefs about the value and worth to them from investing in learning Engagement Ability to build a sense of self from engagement in learning

16 Scale 138 factors Effect Standard deviations (SD)

17 Standard Deviation

18 1 Standard Deviation Students do better than 84% of students not in that initiative Typically represent 2 years growth in one year

19 Focus What is effective? What you can impact?

20 Hattie’s “Barometer of Influence” Negative © John Hattie Visible Learning 0.15 Low 0.4 Medium 1.2 High Reverse Effects Developmental Effects Teacher Effects Desired Effects

21 Rank Order of Influences on Learning Based on 138 Influences © John Hattie Visible Learning

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23 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Desired Effects Feedback

24 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Whole Language Curricula Desired Effects

25 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Direct Instruction Desired Effects

26 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Class Size Desired Effects

27 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Not labeling students School Desired Effects

28 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Family Structure Home Desired Effects

29 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Mobility School Desired Effects

30 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Summer Vacation School Desired Effects

31 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Drama/Arts School Desired Effects

32 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Retention School Desired Effects

33 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Charter Schools School Desired Effects

34 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Coop. vs. Indv. Learning School Desired Effects

35 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = School Size School Desired Effects

36 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Parental Involvement Home Desired Effects

37 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Socio-econ Status Home Desired Effects

38 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Desired Effects Feedback

39 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Whole Language Curricula Desired Effects

40 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Direct Instruction Desired Effects

41 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Class Size Desired Effects

42 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Not labeling students School Desired Effects

43 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Family Structure Home Desired Effects

44 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Mobility School Desired Effects

45 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Summer Vacation School Desired Effects

46 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Drama/Arts School Desired Effects

47 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Retention School Desired Effects

48 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Formative evaluation School Desired Effects

49 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Charter Schools School Desired Effects

50 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Coop. vs. Indv. Learning School Desired Effects

51 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = School Size School Desired Effects

52 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Parental Involvement Home Desired Effects

53 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Socio-econ Status Home Desired Effects

54 S e = Teacher Developmental Reverse 1.2 Negative Low High Medium © John Hattie Visible Learning Feedback d = Tchr-Stu Relationships School Desired Effects


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