The process for collecting and analyzing evidence from your own context is what lies at the heart of Visible Learning. This is why assessment tools are the third component of the School Impact Process.
Throughout your Visible Learning journey your school will learn to use various assessment tools to identify key areas of improvement. Initital baseline data is gathered against which progress can be measured. Then, working in collaboration with a certified Visible Learningplus consultant, schools and districts will use the results from capability assessments to identify the key elements to focus on during ongoing professional development.
In-school consultant visit
Consultants conduct half-day site visits at least once per year to collect and analyze baseline capability data. It is the very first thing your school should do when embarking on your Visible Learning journey.
Questionnaire for teachers
The Mindframes Survey represents the ten mindframes (attitudes and dispositions) that are integral to understanding the set of beliefs that teachers and school leaders have towards the impact of their practice. These beliefs and attitudes are correlated to improved student outcomes.
Peer review tool
The Classroom Observation Tool is a peer-led classroom observation tool that provides a framework for teachers to learn about their classroom practices and student learning over the course of three fifteen-minute observations. The Classroom Observation Tool is included with Impact Coaching.
The School Matrix is used to collect school-level information about the processes, beliefs, and practices that are in place across the school.The School Matrix is included with the Foundation