Hattie’s 'Visible Learning' in the Digital Age

As an educator, you can do more to maximise student learning over a nine-month period by focusing on activities in John Hattie’s ‘zone of desired effects’, including Self-Reported Grades, Response to Intervention, Providing Formative Evaluation, Reciprocal Teaching, Acceleration and Mastery Learning.

In this webinar, we’ll present:

  • An overview of Hattie's findings
  • An explanation of the ‘zone of desired effects’
  • Practical tips for using an LMS to implement Hattie-recommended learning activities in your classroom.*

*This webinar is based on our white paper, Evidence-Based Ways to Improve Student Achievement With Hattie & Canvas.

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Presenter: Harrison Kelly

Title: K-12 Regional Director

Since joining Canvas, Harrison has helped drive transformational change projects in independent and state institutions like Barker College, Cranbrook School, Pymble Ladies' College, All Saints College Bathurst and Irrawang High School. He continues striving to help consult executives on how to develop and implement effective institute-wide, technology-driven strategies.

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