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Larry Ainsworth, Kara Vandas, Mary Jane O'Connell

Monday, September 19, 2016 - 3:30pm PDT

Presented by Larry Ainsworth, Kara Vandas, & Mary Jane O’Connell

Imagine the possibility of tripling students’ rate of academic growth in the span of just one year. Such a vast leap sounds like a dream, but the research tells us that accelerating learning in this dramatic way is not just a far-reaching hope; in fact, it’s doable for every teacher, in every classroom. Providing students with a deep understanding of specific learning intentions and success criteria brings a type of clarity that results in just that kind of exponential acceleration.  This webinar will introduce participants to practical methods that can significantly accelerate learning for all students by ensuring both teachers, and their students, are absolutely clear about what students need to learn, why they are learning it, and how.


Teach Like Yourself: Why Your Students Need You to Be You

Monday, November 26, 2018 - 3:30pm PDT

Presented by Gravity Goldberg

In this time when everyone seems to have an opinion or quick fix for what teachers need to do, it is time to hold on even tighter to your own core values and beliefs. When you are your most authentic teacher self you give permission for your students to be the same and the real work of learning can happen. Your students don’t need scripted lessons or gimmicks. They need you to align your teaching practice to your core values, build balanced relationships, drive your own professional growth, and practice self-care. Attend this webinar from Gravity Goldberg for special insight on how to use your gifts to be the teacher you’re uniquely intended to be.


nottingham and renton

Monday, December 11, 2017 - 3:30pm PDT

Presented by James Nottingham and Martin Renton

Classroom discussion is one of the best vehicles for learning how to think, make moral decisions, and understand another person’s point of view. Research indicates that most teachers talk too much in the classroom and don’t wait long enough for students to respond. In this webinar James Nottingham and Martin Renton translate the most up-to-date research into practical strategies that improve student learning. 


magana

Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 3:30pm PDT

Modern students are capable of wielding digital tools to accelerate the realization of their limitless learning potential and make significant contributions to the larger global community. Yet this vision for disruptive innovation in education has been on the distant horizon, unclear, unmeasurable, and as yet unattained.

In this Webinar, educational futurist Dr. Sonny Magana will share his T3 Framework for innovation in education from his new book Disruptive Classroom Technologies. The T3 Framework organizes educational technology use into three hierarchically ordered domains: translational, transformational, and transcendent. The strategies in the T3 Framework have an observed effect size of 1.6, or the equivalent of three of more years of achievement in a single academic year.


The Learning Challenge: How to Make the Most of the Learning Pit

Monday, June 5, 2017 - 3:30pm PDT

Presented by James Nottingham

Come hear internationally acclaimed educator James Nottingham walk you through the do’s and don’ts of  The Learning Challenge, a model that puts the Learning Pit at the heart of classroom activity. What’s so revolutionary about the Learning Pit? By encouraging students to step out of their comfort zone and explore new ways of thinking, it helps students develop language, learning and metacognition. 


Developing Expert Learners

Monday, February 4, 2019 - 3:30pm PDT

Presented by Michael McDowell

We strive to empower our students to lead their own inquiry, discover knowledge, and construct approaches to solving real-life challenges. Often, though, we make the mistake of designing learning experiences that burden students with the unrealistic expectation of expertise that hasn’t yet been developed. The solution: proper scaffolding for surface, deep, and transfer learning. In this webinar, Michael McDowell will discuss practices that strategically support students as they move from novices to experts in core academics.


From Labs to Lifelong Learners: Visible Learning in the Science Classroom

Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 3:30pm PDT

Presented by John Almarode

Based on the new book, Visible Learning for Science, Grades K-12, this interactive webinar will unpack what works best in science teaching and learning. Drawing from John Hattie’s ground-breaking research, participants will engage in an overview of how this research best supports teaching and learning in science. From surface to deep to transfer learning, find out how we can provide challenging and engaging learning experiences that promote growth and achievement for all of our students.


10 Mindframes for Visible Learning: Teaching for Success

Monday, April 23, 2018 - 3:30pm PDT

Presented by John Hattie

John Hattie’s landmark Visible Learning research concluded that one of the most important influences of student achievement is how teachers think about learning and their own role. The 10 Mindframes, which should underpin every action in schools, are founded on the principle that teachers are evaluators, change agents, learning experts, and seekers of feedback who are constantly engaged with dialogue and challenge.


2019 Annual Visible Learning Conference

Get ready for the 2019 Annual Visible Learningplus Conference where the greatest minds in education gather and share insights from the world’s leading research to improve learning! At the 2019 Annual Visible Learning Conference, you will:

Las Vegas, Nevada | Jul 07 - Jul 10, 2019

Early bird: $699 per person (If registered before March 1, 2019)

Groups of 3 or more: $699 per person 

General: $749 per person

 


Stop the Formative Assessment Struggle! Advice on Managing the Process

Thursday, October 13, 2016 - 2:00pm PDT

In this free webinar at 2:00 p.m. (PT)/5:00 p.m. (ET), , prominent math educators Francis (Skip) Fennell, Linda Gojak, Ruth Harbin Miles, and John SanGiovanni team up to offer their unique perspectives on using formative assessment to inform your mathematics instruction in a way that is doable! Research shows that teachers who continuously assess student understanding, offer timely feedback, and use the data to make instructional choices have students who receive more than one year’s worth of learning in one year of instruction (Hattie, 2009). 



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