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Making Literacy Learning Visible

with Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey

"Visible learning is about knowing that you have an impact on students. It’s about figuring out what that impact is and monitoring that impact so that you know you are making a difference. Visible learning makes the learning process obvious, clear, and notable for you as the teacher as well as for your students. Learning to share data with students and having them create their own goals is magic in the classroom.”

–Douglas Fisher & Nancy Frey

 

Discover the literacy practices that ensure students demonstrate more than a year’s worth of growth for every year spent in school. Bring Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, or a member of their collaborative to your school or district for a workshop and learn how by using the right approach at the right time you can design classroom experiences that maximize student learning.

  • Learn more about the three phases of learning—surface, deep, and transfer
  • Explore which literacy strategies work best for each phase of learning
  • Discover how to measure your impact on student learning
  • Discover how complexity and difficulty build fluency, stamina, and critical thinking

 

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