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At a Corwin event, expect a quality professional learning and development experience, and practical evidence-based tools that you can bring back to your school and classroom. You will meet fellow educators who share your concerns, passion, and commitment to improving teaching and learning. You will exchange ideas with top experts in the field. No matter what event you choose to attend, walk away with new strategies, ideas, and a larger network of like-minded individual


 

Term 1 Events

 

Mindframes of Leaders

Mindframes of Leaders Who Think and Act Evaluatively

Dates:  8 March 2023 – Full Day
Time: 9am – 3pm AEDT 
Speakers: John Hattie and Sam Rodgers
Format: BRISBANE – IN PERSON 

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Dates:  29 March 2023 – Full Day
Time: 9am – 3pm AEDT 
Speakers: John Hattie and Sam Rodgers 
Format: SYDNEY – IN PERSON 

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Your mindframes—your internal beliefs about your role as a leader—determine the high-impact leadership practices you choose to implement. Building on over twenty-five years of Visible Learning research, thinking and acting evaluatively is core to mindframes of highly impactful leaders of learning.

So, what is evaluative thinking and why is it important? What does it actually look like in practice? How do you build a learning organisation where thinking and acting evaluatively is what leaders, teachers and students do every day as part of the learning process?

Leave this session with...

  • Insights into the research that support key mindframes of leaders who think and act evaluatively
  • Practical examples and ideas to strengthen evaluative thinking and acting to make better decisions about learning
  • A supporting resource with further readings and material to assist next steps

 


 

Reimagining Student Engagement

Date: 10 March 2023 – Full Day
Time: 9am – 3pm AEDT 
Speakers: Dr Amy Berry 
Format: MELBOURNE – IN PERSON

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Anyone who has been working in and around schools for any length of time will be familiar with the term engagement. Despite decades of research into student engagement, and a mountain of advice to teachers about how to improve the engagement of their students, it remains a persistent and pervasive challenge in schools.

Join us to engage in practical, transferable strategies to answer these questions:

  • What are the different forms of disengagement and engagement?
  • How can we best tackle disengagement?
  • What are the best teaching and learning practices that engage students in the learning process?
  • How can we cultivate a culture of engagement across the school?

Leave this session with...

  • Knowledge and understanding of factors that affect student engagement 
  • Practical ways to develop a shared language for student engagement
  • A toolkit of practical strategies and approaches for engagement that positions students as active partners in the learning process
  • Ideas for promoting a culture of engagement 

Instead of disruptions, avoidance, and withdrawal, your learners could be participating, investing, and driving their learning experience. It's time to reimagine student engagement!

 


 

Causing Literacy Progress

Causing Literacy Progress

Dates and times: 
Full Day: 13 March 2023 | 9am – 3pm AWST
2 x 60 Min Virtual Sessions:
  •  11 May 2023 | 4pm – 5pm WA/SA Timezones
  •  5 June 2023 | 4pm – 5pm WA/SA Timezones
Speakers: Maria Tsavaris
Format: PERTH – IN PERSON

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We are yet to work with a school that says they lack sources of evidence about learner achievement and progress in literacy. We also hear from schools that DOING something with this evidence SO THAT all learners make progress is hard.

The tools, strategies and processes you need to DO something with your evidence are core to this professional learning offering.

Join us to engage in practical, transferable strategies to answer these questions:

  • Where are our learners now?
  • Where are our learners going?
  • How might we get them there?
  • How do you know they have got there?

    Features of this course

    • Analysing and interpreting your literacy progress data - BYO or samples provided
    • Aligning next steps with specific literacy strategies using the surface, deep and transfer phases of learning
    • On-going support during live virtual sessions to use evidence to determine impact

    Leave this event with:

    • Shared understandings of thinking and acting evaluatively
    • Protocols for analysing, interpreting and acting on data
    • Ideas for communicating learning intentions and success criteria to learners
    • Targeted literacy strategies to implement with learners at their point of need

       


       

      Causing Mathematics Progress

      Causing Mathematics Progress

      Dates and times: 
      Full Day: 14 March 2023 | 9am – 3pm AWST
      2 x 60 Min Virtual Sessions:
        •  12 May 2023 | 4pm – 5pm WA/SA Timezone 
        •  6 June 2023 | 4pm – 5pm WA/SA Timezone 
      Speakers: Shane Crawford
      Format: PERTH – IN PERSON 

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      We know that leaders and teachers have lots of evidence about learners’ mathematics progress and achievement from multiple sources. We also know that DOING something with this evidence SO THAT all learners make progress is hard.

      The tools, strategies and processes you need to DO something with your evidence are core to this professional learning offering.

      Join us to engage in practical, transferable strategies to answer these questions:

      • Where are our learners now?
      • Where are our learners going?
      • How might we get them there?
      • How do you know they have got there?

      Features of this course

      • Analysing and interpreting your mathematics progress data - BYO or samples provided
      • Aligning next steps with specific mathematics strategies including mathematical learning strategies, tasks and talk
      • On-going support during live virtual sessions to use evidence to determine impact

      Leave this event with:

      • Shared understandings of thinking and acting evaluatively
      • Protocols for analysing, interpreting and acting on data
      • Ideas for communicating learning intentions and success criteria to learners
      • Targeted mathematics strategies to implement with learners at their point of need

       


       

      Causing Literacy Progress

      Causing Literacy Progress

      Dates and times: 
      Full Day: 16 March 2023 | 9am – 3pm ACDT
      2 x 60 Min Virtual Sessions:
        •  11 May 2023 | 4pm – 5pm WA/SA Timezones
        •  5 June 2023 | 4pm – 5pm WA/SA Timezones
      Speakers: Maria Tsavaris
      Format: ADELAIDE – IN PERSON 

      REGISTER NOW

      We are yet to work with a school that says they lack sources of evidence about learner achievement and progress in literacy. We also hear from schools that DOING something with this evidence SO THAT all learners make progress is hard.

      The tools, strategies and processes you need to DO something with your evidence are core to this professional learning offering.

      Join us to engage in practical, transferable strategies to answer these questions:

      • Where are our learners now?
      • Where are our learners going?
      • How might we get them there?
      • How do you know they have got there?

      Features of this course

      • Analysing and interpreting your literacy progress data - BYO or samples provided
      • Aligning next steps with specific literacy strategies using the surface, deep and transfer phases of learning
      • On-going support during live virtual sessions to use evidence to determine impact

      Leave this event with:

      • Shared understandings of thinking and acting evaluatively
      • Protocols for analysing, interpreting and acting on data
      • Ideas for communicating learning intentions and success criteria to learners
      • Targeted literacy strategies to implement with learners at their point of need

       


       

      Causing Mathematics Progress

      Causing Mathematics Progress

      Dates and time: 
      Full Day: 17 March 2023 | 9am – 3pm ACDT
      2 x 60 Min Virtual Sessions:
        •  12 May 2023 | 4pm – 5pm WA/SA Timezones
        •  6 June 2023 | 4pm – 5pm WA/SA Timezones 
      Speakers: Shane Crawford
      Format: ADELAIDE – IN PERSON 

      REGISTER NOW

      We know that leaders and teachers have lots of evidence about learners’ mathematics progress and achievement from multiple sources. We also know that DOING something with this evidence SO THAT all learners make progress is hard.

      The tools, strategies and processes you need to DO something with your evidence are core to this professional learning offering.

      Join us to engage in practical, transferable strategies to answer these questions:

      • Where are our learners now?
      • Where are our learners going?
      • How might we get them there?
      • How do you know they have got there?

      Features of this course

      • Analysing and interpreting your mathematics progress data - BYO or samples provided
      • Aligning next steps with specific mathematics strategies including mathematical learning strategies, tasks and talk
      • On-going support during live virtual sessions to use evidence to determine impact

      Leave this event with:

      • Shared understandings of thinking and acting evaluatively
      • Protocols for analysing, interpreting and acting on data
      • Ideas for communicating learning intentions and success criteria to learners
      • Targeted mathematics strategies to implement with learners at their point of need

       

       


       

      Developing Visible Learners

      Developing Visible Learners

      Dates: 3 April 2023
      Time: 9am – 3pm AEST 
      Speakers: David Whitehead
      Format: SYDNEY – IN PERSON

      REGISTER NOW

      “When students know how to learn, they are able to become their own teachers.” —Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher, and John Hattie

      Imagine students who describe their learning in these terms: “I know where I’m going, I have the tools I need for the journey, and I monitor my own progress.” Now imagine the extraordinary difference this type of ownership makes in their progress over the course of a school year. This session provides an insight into the evidence-informed practices that make this scenario an everyday reality in your school and classroom — practices that will significantly increase your students’ capacity to thrive as they take responsibility for their own learning.   Whether you’re brand-new to the Visible Learning research, you’ve taken a look, or you’ve read one (or two!) of the books and are looking for what’s next, join to see and hear practical examples from educators who are in the process of implementing this important work in their schools and classrooms. 

      This session is for:

      School and system leaders and teachers who are interested in learning more about Visible Learning and developing visible learners.

      Leave this session with:

      • Insights into the Visible Learning research, which is the world’s largest evidence base on what works—and what doesn’t — to best move student learning forward,
      • Practical ideas for translating this research into your schools and classrooms,
      • Inspiration from students, teachers and leaders who are experiencing and implementing what works best, and
      • Information and ideas for diving deeper into the evidence based, Visible Learning+ for you and your school.

       


       

      Developing Visible Learners

      Developing Visible Learners

      Dates: 6 April 2023
      Time: 9am – 1pm AEST 
      Speakers: David Whitehead
      Format: VIRTUAL

      REGISTER NOW

      “When students know how to learn, they are able to become their own teachers.” —Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher, and John Hattie

      Imagine students who describe their learning in these terms: “I know where I’m going, I have the tools I need for the journey, and I monitor my own progress.” Now imagine the extraordinary difference this type of ownership makes in their progress over the course of a school year. This session provides an insight into the evidence-informed practices that make this scenario an everyday reality in your school and classroom — practices that will significantly increase your students’ capacity to thrive as they take responsibility for their own learning.   Whether you’re brand-new to the Visible Learning research, you’ve taken a look, or you’ve read one (or two!) of the books and are looking for what’s next, join to see and hear practical examples from educators who are in the process of implementing this important work in their schools and classrooms. 

      This session is for:

      School and system leaders and teachers who are interested in learning more about Visible Learning and developing visible learners.

      Leave this session with:

      • Insights into the Visible Learning research, which is the world’s largest evidence base on what works—and what doesn’t — to best move student learning forward,
      • Practical ideas for translating this research into your schools and classrooms,
      • Inspiration from students, teachers and leaders who are experiencing and implementing what works best, and
      • Information and ideas for diving deeper into the evidence based, Visible Learning+ for you and your school.

       

       

      Term 2 Events

      Coaching for Learning Impact

      Coaching for Learning Impact

      Dates: 4 sessions – 3 May, 18 May, 31 May, 14 June 2023
      Time: 1pm – 4pm AEST 
      Speakers: Sam Rodgers
      Format: VIRTUAL

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      Back by popular demand! Whether you are chatting with a colleague in the staffroom, contributing to a meeting discussion or conversing 1:1 with a teaching partner, coaching is about connecting with people, inspiring them to do their best, and helping them to grow. It is rooted in relationships and a belief that effective coaching conversations can magnify and multiply effective teaching and learning.  

      This intensive Coaching for Learning Impact course  is specifically designed to help you skillfully coach those you lead in the moment as a daily, informal action and as a way of ‘being’ with each other. Focused on effective coaching conversations, this course is designed around 4 big ideas, a coaching framework, and core skills.

      This course has been deliberately designed to promote hybrid, job-embedded learning through a combination of virtual master classes and self-paced online learning.  Be part of highly engaging and practical 4 x 3hr virtual master classes facilitated by expert trainers. In between each master class, trial what you have learnt as you support the learning of others in your context. Be supported by your master class colleagues as you share, reflect, problem solve and collaborate in the online space in between the master classes.

      Expect high engagement, challenge and lots of fun as you change the impact of your conversations on teaching and learning. 

      Leave this session with:

      • A toolkit of practical strategies to be more curious and ‘coach like’ in your daily interactions to support moving learning forward,
      • Specific coaching skills to draw on as you support those you lead,
      • Inspiration to implement what you have been learning immediately into your practice, and
      • Ideas for promoting a culture that focuses on growth and learning impact for all learners

       


       

      Coaching for Learning Impact

      Coaching for Learning Impact

      Dates: Intensive 2 days – 5 May and 2 June, 2023
      Time: 9am – 3pm AEST 
      Speakers: Sam Rodgers
      Format: MELBOURNE – IN PERSON

      REGISTER NOW

      Back by popular demand! Whether you are chatting with a colleague in the staffroom, contributing to a meeting discussion or conversing 1:1 with a teaching partner, coaching is about connecting with people, inspiring them to do their best, and helping them to grow. It is rooted in relationships and a belief that effective coaching conversations can magnify and multiply effective teaching and learning.  

      This intensive Coaching for Learning Impact course  is specifically designed to help you skillfully coach those you lead in the moment as a daily, informal action and as a way of ‘being’ with each other. Focused on effective coaching conversations, this course is designed around 4 big ideas, a coaching framework, and core skills.

      This course has been deliberately designed to promote hybrid, job-embedded learning through a combination of virtual master classes and self-paced online learning.  Be part of highly engaging and practical 4 x 3hr virtual master classes facilitated by expert trainers. In between each master class, trial what you have learnt as you support the learning of others in your context. Be supported by your master class colleagues as you share, reflect, problem solve and collaborate in the online space in between the master classes.

      Expect high engagement, challenge and lots of fun as you change the impact of your conversations on teaching and learning. 

      Leave this session with:

      • A toolkit of practical strategies to be more curious and ‘coach like’ in your daily interactions to support moving learning forward,
      • Specific coaching skills to draw on as you support those you lead,
      • Inspiration to implement what you have been learning immediately into your practice, and
      • Ideas for promoting a culture that focuses on growth and learning impact for all learners

       


       

      How Feedback Works

      How Feedback Works

      Date: 17 May 2023 – Full Day
      Time: 9am – 3pm AEST 
      Speakers: Douglas Fisher
      Format: SYDNEY – IN PERSON

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      You have the power to improve everything about teaching and learning through excellent feedback by making it precise, timely and actionable. Feedback is absolutely necessary for learning, and is the one ingredient that, if missing, will hinder the learning process. In this session,

      you will explore best practices around feedback and how it can best be utilised to impact student learning.

      Join us to engage in practical, transferable strategies to answer these questions:

      • What is the most current research on feedback?
      • What are the do’s and dont's of feedback?
      • What are the best practices around feedback?
      • How can feedback develop assessment capable learners?

      This session is for:

      Educators who want to go deeper into their feedback processes, practices and strategies  and refine making learning visible and  measurable for their learners.

      Leave this session with:

      • Knowledge and understanding of how feedback works
      • Practical ways to implement effective feedback practices
      • A toolkit of practical strategies for using feedback as part of teaching and learning

       


       

      The Continuum of Success Criteria Implementation

      The Continuum of Success Criteria Implementation

      Dates: 25 May 2023
      Time: 9am – 3pm AEST 
      Speakers: Lyn Coote and Maria Tsavaris
      Format: SYDNEY – IN PERSON

      REGISTER NOW

      Boost your skill and decision making when developing success criteria to ensure learners can take ownership of their learning and engage in self-monitoring, self-reflection, and self-evaluation.

      Success criteria are important in our quest to develop learners who take ownership of their learning and engage in self-monitoring, self-reflection, and self-evaluation. But the implementation of success criteria can be challenging. Join us, to find out more about how to make you success criteria even more impactful as we explore the implementation of:

      • I can/we can statements
      • Single-point rubrics
      • Analytic and Holistic rubrics
      • Teacher modeling

      We will answer these questions together: 

      1. Do my success criteria truly represent the learning intentions for my learners?
      2. Did I pick the best option for implementing success criteria based on the type of learning expected of my students?
      3. Am I using success criteria to support my students taking ownership of their learning?

      This session is for:

      Educators who want to go deeper into their success criteria implementation and refine making learning visible and measurable for their learners.

      Leave this session with:

      • Ideas and practical examples for making success criteria even more impactful,
      • Thinking frames and strategies to determine the best option for implementing success criteria based on the type of learning expected for students,
      • An understanding of how success criteria support students’ taking ownership of their learning, and
      • Suggestions and strategies to ensure we get ALL students engaging with success criteria.

       


       

      Reimagining Student Engagement

      Date: 8 June 2023 – Full Day
      Time: 9am – 3pm AEST 
      Speakers: Dr Amy Berry 
      Format: BRISBANE – IN PERSON

      REGISTER NOW

      Anyone who has been working in and around schools for any length of time will be familiar with the term engagement. Despite decades of research into student engagement, and a mountain of advice to teachers about how to improve the engagement of their students, it remains a persistent and pervasive challenge in schools.

      Join us to engage in practical, transferable strategies to answer these questions:

      • What are the different forms of disengagement and engagement?
      • How can we best tackle disengagement?
      • What are the best teaching and learning practices that engage students in the learning process?
      • How can we cultivate a culture of engagement across the school?

      Leave this session with...

      • Knowledge and understanding of factors that affect student engagement 
      • Practical ways to develop a shared language for student engagement
      • A toolkit of practical strategies and approaches for engagement that positions students as active partners in the learning process
      • Ideas for promoting a culture of engagement 

      Instead of disruptions, avoidance, and withdrawal, your learners could be participating, investing, and driving their learning experience. It's time to reimagine student engagement!

       


      Reimagining Student Engagement

      Date: 15 June 2023 – Full Day
      Time: 9am – 3pm ACDT
      Speakers: Dr Amy Berry 
      Format: ADELAIDE – IN PERSON

      REGISTER NOW

      Anyone who has been working in and around schools for any length of time will be familiar with the term engagement. Despite decades of research into student engagement, and a mountain of advice to teachers about how to improve the engagement of their students, it remains a persistent and pervasive challenge in schools.

      Join us to engage in practical, transferable strategies to answer these questions:

      • What are the different forms of disengagement and engagement?
      • How can we best tackle disengagement?
      • What are the best teaching and learning practices that engage students in the learning process?
      • How can we cultivate a culture of engagement across the school?

      Leave this session with...

      • Knowledge and understanding of factors that affect student engagement 
      • Practical ways to develop a shared language for student engagement
      • A toolkit of practical strategies and approaches for engagement that positions students as active partners in the learning process
      • Ideas for promoting a culture of engagement 

      Instead of disruptions, avoidance, and withdrawal, your learners could be participating, investing, and driving their learning experience. It's time to reimagine student engagement!

       


       

      The Continuum of Success Criteria Implementation

      The Continuum of Success Criteria Implementation

      Dates: 21 June 2023
      Time: 9am – 3pm AEST 
      Speakers: Maria Tsavaris
      Format: BRISBANE – IN PERSON

      REGISTER NOW

      Boost your skill and decision making when developing success criteria to ensure learners can take ownership of their learning and engage in self-monitoring, self-reflection, and self-evaluation.

      Success criteria are important in our quest to develop learners who take ownership of their learning and engage in self-monitoring, self-reflection, and self-evaluation. But the implementation of success criteria can be challenging. Join us, to find out more about how to make you success criteria even more impactful as we explore the implementation of:

      • I can/we can statements
      • Single-point rubrics
      • Analytic and Holistic rubrics
      • Teacher modeling

      We will answer these questions together: 

      1. Do my success criteria truly represent the learning intentions for my learners?
      2. Did I pick the best option for implementing success criteria based on the type of learning expected of my students?
      3. Am I using success criteria to support my students taking ownership of their learning?

      This session is for:

      Educators who want to go deeper into their success criteria implementation and refine making learning visible and measurable for their learners.

      Leave this session with:

      • Ideas and practical examples for making success criteria even more impactful,
      • Thinking frames and strategies to determine the best option for implementing success criteria based on the type of learning expected for students,
      • An understanding of how success criteria support students’ taking ownership of their learning, and
      • Suggestions and strategies to ensure we get ALL students engaging with success criteria.

       


       

      Social and Emotional Learning

      Social and Emotional Learning

      Dates: 27 June 2023
      Time: 9am – 1pm AEST 
      Speakers: Dominique Smith
      Format: VIRTUAL

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      Social and emotional Learning NOW: Taking care of ourselves, our students, and our schools.

      Academic learning may be the explicit focus of schooling, but what teachers Social and Esay, the values we express, the materials and activities we choose, and the skills we prioritise all influence how our students think, see themselves, interact with content and with others, and assert themselves in the world.

      Social and emotional learning (SEL) is like any academic subject students learn in school―their learning expands and deepens, year after year. In the past, SEL efforts were targeted to students but schoolwide efforts and supporting colleagues is critical. As an educator, what can you do to support not only your students’ well-being and SEL development, but your own?

      Join this session to focus on:

      • Key evidence informed social and emotional learning,
      • Creating a community of care,
      • Supporting identities and belonging,
      • Building on strengths, emotional regulation, resilience, relational trust, as well as individual and collective efficacy.

      Leave this session with:

      • Strategies for teaching and reinforcing SEL skills,
      • Reflection prompts and self-awareness resources that help teachers identify strengths, target areas for growth, and engage with colleagues over social and emotional development,
      • Ideas for creating a school culture that manifests social and emotional learning in policies, procedures, and interactions with families and the community, and
      • Tools that allow you to analyse a situation, cognitively reframe it, and decide a course of action.

      Jumpstart your social and emotional development journey, reduce compassion fatigue, and create alliances and opportunities for the children and adults in your school community to thrive.

       


       

      How Learning Works

      How Learning Works

      Date: 23 June 2022 – Full Day
      Time: 9am – 3pm AEST 
      Speakers: Shane Crawford 
      Format: MELBOURNE – IN PERSON

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      How do students learn and how can we leverage this knowledge into great learning, through the design of our classrooms, learning experiences, and tasks?

      The content, skills, and understandings students need to learn today are as diverse, complex, and multidimensional as the students in our classrooms. How can educators best create the learning experiences students need to truly learn?

      Join us to look at  an easily accessible process for translating research about how learning works into classroom practices that enhance and accelerate your students’ learning. 

      Furthermore, dig deeper into the promising principles and practices that provide a starting point for building the capacity in learners to see themselves as their own teachers. 

      Leave this session with:

      • A deeper understanding of how the learning brain works and how this translates into potential for enhancing and accelerating learning in our schools and classrooms,
      • Insights into aligning these findings with what learning means in our own school or classroom,
      • Ideas for helping students understand how the brain works and the role of explicitly teaching them strategies to allow them to take ownership of their own learning, and
      • Practical strategies for integrating these findings into specific learning experiences that enhance and accelerate student learning. 

       


       

      Reimagining Student Engagement

      Date: 4 July 2023 – Full Day
      Time: 9am – 3pm AEST 
      Speakers: Dr Amy Berry 
      Format: SYDNEY – IN PERSON

      REGISTER NOW

      Anyone who has been working in and around schools for any length of time will be familiar with the term engagement. Despite decades of research into student engagement, and a mountain of advice to teachers about how to improve the engagement of their students, it remains a persistent and pervasive challenge in schools.

      Join us to engage in practical, transferable strategies to answer these questions:

      • What are the different forms of disengagement and engagement?
      • How can we best tackle disengagement?
      • What are the best teaching and learning practices that engage students in the learning process?
      • How can we cultivate a culture of engagement across the school?

      Leave this session with...

      • Knowledge and understanding of factors that affect student engagement 
      • Practical ways to develop a shared language for student engagement
      • A toolkit of practical strategies and approaches for engagement that positions students as active partners in the learning process
      • Ideas for promoting a culture of engagement 

      Instead of disruptions, avoidance, and withdrawal, your learners could be participating, investing, and driving their learning experience. It's time to reimagine student engagement!

       


       

      Developing Visible Learners

      Developing Visible Learners

      Dates: 5 July 2023
      Time: 9am – 1pm AEST 
      Speakers: David Whitehead
      Format: VIRTUAL

      REGISTER NOW

      “When students know how to learn, they are able to become their own teachers.” —Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher, and John Hattie

      Imagine students who describe their learning in these terms: “I know where I’m going, I have the tools I need for the journey, and I monitor my own progress.” Now imagine the extraordinary difference this type of ownership makes in their progress over the course of a school year. This session provides an insight into the evidence-informed practices that make this scenario an everyday reality in your school and classroom — practices that will significantly increase your students’ capacity to thrive as they take responsibility for their own learning.   Whether you’re brand-new to the Visible Learning research, you’ve taken a look, or you’ve read one (or two!) of the books and are looking for what’s next, join to see and hear practical examples from educators who are in the process of implementing this important work in their schools and classrooms. 

      This session is for:

      School and system leaders and teachers who are interested in learning more about Visible Learning and developing visible learners.

      Leave this session with:

      • Insights into the Visible Learning research, which is the world’s largest evidence base on what works—and what doesn’t — to best move student learning forward,
      • Practical ideas for translating this research into your schools and classrooms,
      • Inspiration from students, teachers and leaders who are experiencing and implementing what works best, and
      • Information and ideas for diving deeper into the evidence based, Visible Learning+ for you and your school.

       


       

      Developing Visible Learners

      Developing Visible Learners

      Dates: 6 July 2023
      Time: 9am – 3pm AEST 
      Speakers: David Whitehead
      Format: ADELAIDE – IN PERSON

      REGISTER NOW

      “When students know how to learn, they are able to become their own teachers.” —Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher, and John Hattie

      Imagine students who describe their learning in these terms: “I know where I’m going, I have the tools I need for the journey, and I monitor my own progress.” Now imagine the extraordinary difference this type of ownership makes in their progress over the course of a school year. This session provides an insight into the evidence-informed practices that make this scenario an everyday reality in your school and classroom — practices that will significantly increase your students’ capacity to thrive as they take responsibility for their own learning.   Whether you’re brand-new to the Visible Learning research, you’ve taken a look, or you’ve read one (or two!) of the books and are looking for what’s next, join to see and hear practical examples from educators who are in the process of implementing this important work in their schools and classrooms. 

      This session is for:

      School and system leaders and teachers who are interested in learning more about Visible Learning and developing visible learners.

      Leave this session with:

      • Insights into the Visible Learning research, which is the world’s largest evidence base on what works—and what doesn’t — to best move student learning forward,
      • Practical ideas for translating this research into your schools and classrooms,
      • Inspiration from students, teachers and leaders who are experiencing and implementing what works best, and
      • Information and ideas for diving deeper into the evidence based, Visible Learning+ for you and your school.

       

       

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