Visible Learning+™ translates the research of Professor John Hattie into a practical roadmap for implementation in the classroom and schoolwide. Rather than a one-day workshop or a one-size-fits-all solution, the School Impact Process is a three-year evidence-based system/school wide improvement process. Through ongoing cycles of evidence-gathering and knowledge-building, educators can focus on the practices that maximise their time, energy, resources, and impact.
We are pleased to offer online self-paced courses, face to face or live virtual workshops to suit your school’s needs. No matter what medium your learning is through, the content covered is the same, offering flexibility in how you engage with the professional learning.
Engage in face-to-face one day workshops, select from our Synchronous Video Conferencing options or engage in Asynchronous, consultant facilitated 6-hour online courses completed over an agreed number of weeks.
What a Three-Year School Impact Model instance (can be customised) could look like for your school
More about our Blended Learning options
Talk to us and our Education Improvement Advisors will be in touch with you to discuss how your learning pathway can be designed.
Corwin Visible Learning+ has developed the Visible Learning+ School Awards to acknowledge the exemplary practice of schools that develop visible learners. The awards recognise the progress, as well as the achievement, of schools that have made the commitment to initiate the Visible Learning+ system-wide change journey and to embed the Visible Learning principles within their organisation.
Get in contact with our Education Improvement Advisors to start planning and implementing long-term, sustainable professional learning that makes a positive impact on educators and student achievement.
No matter what event you choose to attend, you’ll walk away with new strategies, ideas, and engage with a larger network of like-minded individuals.
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