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High-Impact Strategies

What Works In Education?

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John Hattie Speaks at the Festival of Education

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Passionate and Inspired Teaching

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Difference Between Experience and Expert

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Dr. Hattie Describes What Matters Most In Education

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Dr. John Hattie (Visible Learning)

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High-Impact Teaching Strategies

The highest impact strategy from Visible Learning is Self-Reported Grades
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Influence

Effect Size

Collective Teacher Efficacy 1.57

Self-Reported Grades

1.44

Response to Intervention 1.07
Teacher Credibility .90

Providing Formative Evaluation

0.9

Acceleration

0.88

Micro Teaching

0.88

Classroom Behavioral

0.8

Teacher Clarity

0.75

Reciprocal Teaching

0.74

Feedback

0.73

Teacher-Student Relationships

0.72

Vocabulary Programs

0.67

Repeated Reading Programs .67

Teaching Summary

.63

Professional Development .62

Not Labeling Students

0.61

Phonics Instruction

0.6

Direct Instruction

0.59

Taking Class Notes .59

Socioeconomic Status

0.57

Home Environment

0.57

Peer Tutoring

0.55

Peer Influences

0.53

Classroom Management

0.52

Parental Involvement

0.51

Interactive Video Methods

0.51

Small-Group Learning

0.49

Pre-School Programs

0.45

Mnemonics .45

Teacher Expectations

0.42

Time-on-Task

0.38

Adjunct Aids

0.37

Principal

0.36

Ability Grouping for Gifted Students

0.3

Homework

0.29

Home Visits

0.29

Volunteer Tutors

0.26

Summer School

0.23

Teaching  Test Taking

0.22

Class Size

0.21

Web-Based Learning

0.18

Matching Learning Styles .17

Within-Class Grouping

0.16

Mentoring

0.15

Problem Based Learning .15

Ability Grouping

0.12

Whole Language

0.06

Summer Vacation

-0.09

Retention

-0.16

Mobility

-0.34

Visible Learning - Dr. John Hattie Part 1

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Visible Learning - Dr. John Hattie

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Interview With Dr. Hattie

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Dr. Hattie Interviews Finland Educational System

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Growth Mindset - Teachers as Change Agents

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Difference Between Summative and Formative Assessment

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Students Taking Ownership of Learning

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Resources For Teachers

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