John Hattie, Visible Learning for Teachers
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John Hattie's Visible Learning for Teachers is packed with evidence-based research into improving school learning. The book includes step-by-step guidance on effective teaching strategies to help teachers see learning through the eyes of students to help them become their own teachers.
What is this strategy about?
Pupils need to know where they are going, how to get there and where they need to go afterwards which will lead to self-regulation.
What are the Three Feedback Questions?
Three Feedback Questions is the process in which teachers ask their students three questions of "where am I going", "how am I going to get there" and "where next" to help students develop self-regulation. This will allow them to understand exactly what they need to do and why.
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Choose this strategy if you want to...
- Help pupils develop self-regulation
- Engage pupils as they can see why they are doing something
- Stop having to repeat feedback
Read a case study of how a teacher put this strategy into place, and see the impact it had on their pupils.
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