In this free excerpt, the authors lay the groundwork for visible learning in social studies.
How do we maximize precious time to ensure that students grasp enough to prepare them for informed civic life? The discipline of social studies is far more than memorizing dates and facts. It involves the skillful ability to conduct investigations, analyze sources, place events in historical and cultural context, and synthesize various points of view, while recognizing our own biases. Join Julie Stern in this webinar to understand how using the right approach at the right time can maximize student learning.
This excerpt from Visible Learning for Social Studies covers feedback strategies to use in the classroom.
This excerpt includes examples of surface, deep, and transfer strategies for geography in Visible Learning for Social Studies.
The introduction to 10 Mindframes for Leaders introduces important leadership practices for the VISIBLE LEARNING(R) framework and explains why teachers should use this book as a guide.
This excerpt from Visible Learning for Mathematics, Grades K-12, explains how making learning visible starts with teacher clarity and the strategic use of learning intentions and success criteria promote student self-reflection and metacognition.