Visible Learning: The Year of Young People

  • Discover the impact of the world’s most powerful education research

  • Examine how Visible Learning research is transforming the way we think about school improvement

  • Visible Learners: find out how to build learning capacity in all young people

  • Leave with an understanding of the research that ensures young people achieve beyond expectations


Join Professor John Hattie for a guide to gaining maximum impact for young people through focusing on what works BEST, not simply what works.


What you will learn:

The main factors that influence pupils’ learning

The processes that maximise the impact of all your decisions

What assessment capability is, and why it is integral to the outcomes of young people

The value of pupil voice in developing all aspects of pupil-centred learning


What you will be able to do:

Give and receive effective feedback to make learning visible in your school

Ensure all pupils make at least one year’s progress for one year’s input

Take clear steps to evaluate the impact of what everyone does in your school

Information on speakers coming soon.

09:25 - 10:40

The Visible Learning Research

Keynote

 
- What the latest updates on 25 years of research mean for our young people.

By Professor John Hattie

 

11:00 - 12:00

Choose from the following sessions

Workshop 1

 

Pupil Voice

- How pupil voice increases the effectiveness of learning and teaching - The tools to incorporate pupil voice into decision-making in your school

By Martin Morgan

Using Co-design

- Young people’s participation in the decision-making process and the positive impact this can have on policy and practice.

By Communicat18

Metacognitive Strategies in Action

- Unpick the differences between cognitive and metacognitive strategies for developing learners.

By Laura Kearney

 

13:00 - 14:15

High Expectations and Assessment Capability

Keynote

 
- Building learner capacity so every young person achieves beyond expectations and succeeds in life.

By Professor John Hattie

 

14:35 - 15:35

Choose from the following sessions

Workshop 2

 

Feedback that Makes Learning Visible

- A model for feedback that doubles the speed of learning - How to give and receive effective feedback to make learning visible

By Laura Kearney

Our Learning Journey

- Look at the learning journey through young people’s eyes - Practical activities/group discussions that utilise pupil participation

By TBC

Pupil Voice (repeat)

- How pupil voice increases the effectiveness of learning and teaching - The tools to incorporate pupil voice into decision-making in your school

By Martin Morgan

 

15:50 - 16:10

Panel Discussion

Keynote

 

By TBC