"Visible Learning in Early Childhood provides an articulate and accessible argument for implementing evidence-based practices that will have the greatest effects on children’s learning. Grounded in seven core ideas from the research, the authors answer the question: What works best when? The authors unpack the research and then connect it to practical applications as they describe the research in action inside early childhood classrooms. This book is a must-read for early childhood educators, administrators, and professors."
"In their fascinating new book, Visible Learning in Early Childhood, Kateri Thunder, John Almarode, and John Hattie examine the studies that show which teaching practices have made the greatest impact on young learners in their early childhood classrooms. As readers, we gain insight into how these evidence-based practices are embedded in classroom instruction by learning from five early childhood educators who take us along their teaching journeys.