Learn about Visible Classroom & Visible Learning

Amy Skipp & Emily Tanner, EEF (2015), Visible Classroom Evaluation Report and Executive Summary

Emma Hannon, La Retraite Roman Catholic School, (2015),  We were amazed by what we learnt about ourselves

Oliver Quinlan, Nesta (2014), Making learning visible: First Technology in Education evaluation published

Oliver Quinlan, Nesta (2014), The Visible Classroom Technology in Education

John Hattie, (2014), Teachers must see their impact to believe it

Sutton, Hornsey & Douglas, (2012), Feedback: The Communication of Praise, Criticism, and Advice

Cheryl Reynolds, (2012), John Hattie’s Eight Mind Frames For Teachers

Meet Visible Classroom partners

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Ai-Media is a global social enterprise that provides high quality speech-to-text solutions for broadcast, government and education clients. It is dedicated to improving access with accurate captioning and transcription services and related analytics.

The University of Melbourne is an Australian public university located in Melbourne, Victoria. Founded in 1853, it is Australia’s second-oldest university. According to QS World University Subject Rankings 2014, the University of Melbourne is ranked second in the world for education.

Nesta is an innovation charity with a mission to help people and organisations bring great ideas to life. Nesta aims to boost innovative potential – to help individuals and organisations design and grow better ideas, which can improve the quality of many peoples lives.

The Education Endowment Foundation is an independent grant-making charity dedicated to breaking the link between family income and educational achievement, ensuring that children from all backgrounds can fulfill their potential and make the most of their talents.

NatCen is Britain’s largest independent social research agency. For the last 40 years NatCen worked on behalf of government and charities to find out what people really think about important social issues and how Britain is run.

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Professor John Hattie has been Professor of Education and Director of the Melbourne Education Research Institute at the University of Melbourne, Australia, since March 2011. Visible Classroom draws on the principles of Visible Learning established by Professor Hattie.