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Visible Learning, John Hattie

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Rate each approach on how it affects student achievement. Guess based on what you currently know about learning and teaching pedagogy and how you personally perceive it. (Pay no attention to the timer, please)
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  1. Mickki  Jean Louis
    I had to really think about what we have learned and had to try a few times before completing it at 100%.
    July 1, 2023 08:20
  2. Bianca Frutos
    This was not an easy task but after a couple of tries and seeing the final results, they totally make sense!!
    June 30, 2023 04:36
  3. Alison Ryan
    This was tricky. There were factors that I considered to be higher that were not! I'd love to give this to my team.
    June 22, 2020 23:23
  4. Barbee Szuwalski
    Very interesting! I had imagined that nearly all of them would be fairly high. It was pretty tough to choose. Student control over learning and problem-based learning were much lower than I had expected, especially since there seems to be a big push right now for pbl. I have really enjoyed the variety of activities that you have provided, as well as the option to do them instead of some of the, sometimes monotonous posts. :0)
    June 22, 2020 16:59
  5. Merhan Zeina
    I had to try several times before I matched all the sections correctly! I knew that feedback is key in teaching and learning, but I was not expecting it to be the second most important on the list. That was fun and challenging!! Thank you Dr. Nuss!!!!!
    June 20, 2020 16:23
  6. Lisa Woods
    WOW! This was challenging!! I had to play multiple times to get the right answers. It was an eye opening activity.
    June 19, 2020 17:07
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    Vincent Moncayo
    I was really challenged with the intricacies of the percentages that the author had investigated based on teacher and classroom performance. There were so many variables that at times were really confusing but in the end it was quite a learning experience nonetheless!
    June 17, 2020 03:06
  8. JaStevia Sallet
    This game was a tad bit challenging. However it really sheds light on how each approach affects student achievement. I was nervous.
    May 27, 2020 02:05
  9. Iveliz Diaz
    I had to play this game several times. It was really challenging at first to find correct matches. I think what hindered me was that I had preconceived ideas as to what are the biggest influencers on student achievement. I really though motivation would have been in the top three and I thought tapping into different learning styles would have been higher than in 8th place. My school does highlight feedback which John Hattie identified as the 4th most significant influencer, so I definitely want to seek effective ways to provide feedback.
    May 25, 2020 02:27
  10. Heberta Peguero-Ortega
    My experience playing the game was very challenging, but at the same time I wanted to get all the answers correct within the less amount of time. First, I played the game with the assumption I knew the percentages, but then it turn out to I was wrong. I only had one correct answer, and then the second time around I had two correct answer. As I kept playing the game, and remembering the two I got correctly I was able to build on it. I must admit the timing was a little bit frustrating. I was trying to read and scroll down and read the percentages to find out the game was over. Eventually, I started picking up the speed and memorizing the correct answer that I had originally matched.
    May 25, 2020 00:44
  11. Kayla Brown
    Wow! I agree with Diana that this activity was both challenging and surprising. I assumed that matching learning styles would have been a major factor in student achievement, when in reality, it was on the lower end of affecting student learning. It seems that the most important factors are the teacher's feedback, interventions, attitudes, and credibility. Thank you so much for this informative activity!
    May 25, 2020 20:32
  12. Diana Bayona-Bland
    This was very challenging and surprising!!! How is that the class size affects children's learning in such a small percentage? And it really demonstrates how important is the teacher efficacy and credibility to influence learning. I am puzzled why is the student control over learning so low?? I had always heard that when students set goals for their own learning they are more motivated to meet the goals and own their learning, so this level of influence did not mach what I previously believed. Or is the student control over learning referring to something different? Very interesting exercise!! Thank you!!
    May 22, 2020 04:06
  13. Christina Roach
    This took me several tries before I logged in under my name! What a neat resource though, thanks for sharing!
    May 22, 2020 23:09
  14. SOPHIA PANAGOS
    It made me think for sure. Thank you.
    May 19, 2020 03:31
  15. Catherine Cliver
    This was really hard :) ~ Cathy Cliver
    April 2, 2020 13:29
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