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Peter DeWitt, Ed.D. Oct 16
John Hattie and I are very honored to be working with 500 educators in Iowa! Thank you for learning with us!
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Kendra Hanzlik Oct 16
Thanks, for building Visible Learning Meta X.
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Kay Schmalen Oct 16
Great analogy---the importance of learning together to figure things out.
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Kendra Hanzlik Oct 16
says Reflecting without evidence is only remembering the way you think it happened. We need evidence.
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Gina Rogers Oct 16
It’s about growth, not just achievement. How are we working to grow ALL our learners?
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Sarah Nelson Oct 16
Challenging thinking deepens learning: If we don't learn how to communicate effectively to challenge each other's thinking while collaborating, the effect-size on learning remains low. This is a crucial skill we need to teach students.
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Grant Wood AEA Oct 16
⚡️ ICYMI: A summary of today's learning with
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Mindy Cairney Oct 16
Well....now I need to read THIS book. The Hidden Lives of Learners by Graham Nuthall
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Grant Wood AEA Oct 16
1⃣Model the effective use of different strategies, 2⃣Ensure learners have opportunities to meet challenges, 3⃣Ask learners how they arrived at their solution, and 4⃣Give feedback on strategy use and the learning processes used.
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Stacy Behmer Oct 16
When observing in a classroom don't just observe the teacher.
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Josh Johnson Oct 16
"I don't care about HOW you teach, I care about the IMPACT your teaching has!" -John Hattie Simply put: -If the teaching is positively impacting students, leave it alone. -If you are not having positive impact on students you need to change.
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Tammy Massman Oct 16
I would like to know more about your advisory groups. How long was your advisory period? What kind of activities did you do?
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Trina Hill Oct 16
Our role is to help teachers in PLCs to know their impact and be a support system for collective efficacy.
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John Zimmerman Oct 16
Do your students know what it means to be a learner in your class? ASK THEM! !
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Mary Sult Oct 16
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Kendra Hanzlik Oct 16
Hattie affirms that teachers’ expectations are key. We get students involved in expectations when we engage with success criteria.
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Heather Feuerhelm Oct 16
Teachers are like magpies. They chose the birds they like and throw the rest out. Does this work as teachers intend?
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John Zimmerman Oct 16
I wonder... does feedback from peers in middle school cause students to have a negative school experience because of 1. Inappropriate feedback from peers 2. Wrong information shared by peers 3. Information from peers is interpreted negatively?
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Lynn Kleinmeyer Oct 16
So often we fall into the ease of "echo chambers" in education (and life). We have to surround ourselves with those who not only affirm, but also challenge our thinking. We have to engage in civil discourse. Without that how can we truly grow as thinkers and humans?
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Sara Whitt Oct 16
Differentiation should not be different activities in class. Differentiation should be similar success criteria with different routes to get there!
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