What is the Visible Learning Whole School Programme?
This exciting programme, developed by Cognition Education is based on John Hattie’s internationally-renowned research and is available exclusively in the UK through Osiris Educational.
The Whole School Programme is an in-depth model of change. It is based on a professional development programme that explores how evidence can be used to create innovation in the learning environment. Hattie’s 20 years of research – a synthesis of more than 800 meta-analyses – is regarded as the most significant evidence-based research into what actually works best in schools to improve learning.
What are the benefits for my school?
Teachers know that the art of teaching requires constant interventions to ensure there is cognitive change in a pupil. The same applies to a whole school. The Visible Learning Whole School Programme will help you transform your organisation and accelerate the process of individual and whole-school change. It will build significantly the capacity of learners to learn, teachers to teach, leaders to lead and systems to improve.
Who should take part?
The Visible Learning Whole School Programme is appropriate for everyone within the school: from newly-qualified teachers right through to senior leaders. For any intervention to work effectively, it must be teacher by teacher and not as a top-down, one-size-fits-all model.
What would the Visible Learning team look for in my school?
The Visible Learningplus Whole School Programme would be looking at five strands. These five strands cover the key principles of Visible Learning:
• The visible learner;
• Know thy impact;
• Inspired and passionate teaching;
• Effective feedback;
• Visible Learning school.
Who will deliver the training?
All our Visible Learning consultants have been approved by Professor John Hattie and Debra Masters and are accredited Visible Learningplus consultants for the UK.
Want to know about schools that have experience Visible Learning?
Click on the links below to find out about other schools in the UK who have begun their Visible Learning journey: