Most educators have heard about John Hattie and his education research. I’ve shared many related resources over the years, and this first tweet by Scott Martin today prompted me to put them all together in one “Best” list (again, this are just resources I’ve previously posted in this blog – I’m sure I’m missing other good pieces). Feel free to suggest other additions (you might also be interested in The Best Resources For Understanding How To Interpret Education Research):
John Hatties updated 2016 effect sizes https://t.co/8iEMR9V9ip
— Scott Martin (@smartins3313) April 6, 2017
This Is Interesting: “8 Strategies Robert Marzano & John Hattie Agree On”
What Does “Direct Instruction” Really Mean?
“‘Visible Learning for Literacy’: An Interview With Doug Fisher & Nancy Frey”
John Hattie’s Research Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated is by Peter DeWitt.
Hattie Ranking: 195 Influences And Effect Sizes Related To Student Achievement should probably be one of every educator’s “go-to” resources.
Monster Study On Learning Strategies Released
Making a Visible Impact is a useful article providing a good summary of John Hattie’s research findings about what works in the classroom.
John Hattie on BBC Radio 4: “Homework in primary school has an effect of zero.”
What works best in raising student achievement? Make the learning visible via John Hattie. pic.twitter.com/yMpNEVRsbw #ocsb #satchat #aussieED
— Philip Capobianco (@CapoOttawa) July 25, 2015
Hattie: We need a barometer of what works best, it can establish guidelines as to what is excellent. #visiblelearning pic.twitter.com/t4ZYDsxmcZ
— Corwin Australia (@CorwinAU) July 9, 2015
This Is Interesting: Hattie Says Jigsaw Strategy Hits a Homerun
Hattie’s 2017 Updated List of Factors Influencing Student Achievement.
TY @D4Griffin3 for sharing@newfrontier21 @mikemattos65 @unfoldthesoul @Larryferlazzo @lcruzconsulting @adamsteaching @MCUSDSupe @curriculumblog @burgess_shelley @ShanaVWhite https://t.co/FyTyKoQG6B via
— Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah (@RosaIsiah) November 12, 2017
I have a lot of respect for John Hattie’s work. At the same time, I have a lot of respect for educators who have been sharing this article: A CRITICISM OF JOHN HATTIE’S ARGUMENTS IN VISIBLE LEARNING FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A STATISTICIAN
Is @john_hattie wrong about effect sizes? @RobertSlavin critiques the evidence. https://t.co/XctD27z0J2 via @MrRooBKK – @VisibleLearning @Jenni_Donohoo @MichaelFullan1
— Andy Hargreaves (@HargreavesBC) June 23, 2018
Here’s a great article by @john_hattie addressing some of the criticisms of the #Visiblelearning research. Read it here: https://t.co/COMir409gz @CorwinPress #Corwinconnect
— Visible Learning (@VisibleLearning) June 22, 2018
Here’s the latest of John Hattie’s 250+ Influences on Student Achievement.
What is Student Visible Learning and how will it improve your Students’ Learning? is from Teach Tom.
John Hattie Answers Your Visible Learning Questions! is from Corwin.
@cara__jackson does a great job breaking down the problem w/ inferences we often make based on Hattie’s meta-analyseshttps://t.co/LbQi4mqlZ1
As does @RobertSlavin in multiple blog postshttps://t.co/qUE07OrURM
Or see @shankerinst summary of my ES paperhttps://t.co/1YCw67lHS4
— Matthew A. Kraft (@MatthewAKraft) December 23, 2019
HOW TO ENGAGE IN PSEUDOSCIENCE WITH REAL DATA: A CRITICISM OF JOHN HATTIE’S ARGUMENTS IN VISIBLE LEARNING FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A STATISTICIAN is a thought-provoking – and critical – paper.
Check out the Visible Learning Meta.