Visible Learning in Early Childhood
Evidence-based Strategies for BIG Learning Impact in the Early Years
Knowing which teaching strategies work best and when can have a significant impact on a child’s development and future success.
Backed by evidence from over 25 years of international education research and analysis, Visible Learning in Early Childhood explores seven core strategies for learning success. With these developmentally appropriate practices, you'll discover how to partner with children to encourage high expectations, set the right level of challenge, and focus on explicit success criteria.
The Early Childhood Education Playbook examines how the Visible Learning® research can guide our decisions as we plan, teach, document, and partner with families and colleagues so that we can have the greatest possible impact on learning and development of children from birth to age 8. Each of the modules unpacks unique characteristics of early childhood environments as well as coherent practices that form a strong foundation for learning over time.
In this chapter from Visible Learning in Early Childhood, the authors focus on the following questions:
- What works best in early childhood learning as children learn about their world?
- How do we activate learning in our young learners in ways that help them better understand the world?
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Visible Learning in Early Childhood PD Workshops
Our personalized professional learning workshops are designed for schools or districts who want to engage in high-quality PD with a certified consultant. Discover how to make learning visible in the early years and how to design and implement strategies for what works best in early childhood teaching and learning.
Attend Our Upcoming Virtual Institute
Early Childhood Institute
Virtual Event | April 12, 2023 | 8:00 AM-2:30PM PT
Our institutes are public, scheduled, one-day virtual learning events that offer high impact opportunities to learn from educational experts—ideal for individuals or small groups looking to jumpstart their learning. Join authors John Almarode and Kateri Thunder on October 28, 2022, to unpack the practical ways early childhood educators, families, and learners can collaborate to implement evidence-based practices and nurture visible learners from the very start.