What is Student Visible Learning and how will it improve your Students’ Learning?

What is Student Visible Learning and how will it improve your Students’ Learning?

By Matt | Research

Visible Learning: Strategies, techniques, and question stems to use this week to improve learning.

So, what did you learn at school today? It’s an innocent question and very appropriate for any adult to ask a student. But why then do students consistently fail to recall what they learned? Often they just say, “Nothing” or “We read a book.” Visible learning changes that.

You plan instruction, write objectives on the board, deliver great instruction, and assess learning frequently. Is the learning visible for students? Do your students think about…

  1. …what task is required? 
  2. …what they need to do to learn?
  3. …how well they learned it?

Wouldn’t that be awesome if students actually thought of these three things? Wouldn’t they be the perfect students, just ready to learn, learn, learn? Yes, of course.

That’s what student visible learning is. And your students can do it.

Read on


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