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Visible Learning Plus Practice Series

 

What works best and when 

It’s not enough to know what strategies work best, it’s knowing when to put those strategies into practice to maximize students’ ownership of learning that matters. When classroom experiences are intentionally designed to meet each learner’s needs, you can maximize student learning and achievement. 

During five professional learning sessions, teachers will discover strategies that build conceptual understanding of mathematical or literacy ideas and learn to design classroom experiences that hit the surface, deep, and transfer phases of learning for immediate impact in the classroom.

 


 

Practice Series

 

When do I take the Practice Series? 

You can choose to take Visible Learning for Literacy or Visible Learning for Mathematics to see immediate impact in your classroom before, during, or after the School Impact Process. 


 

Professional learning sessions 

 

Visible Learning for Mathematics

Introduction    

Explore the three phases of learning and the role of learning intentions and success criteria. 

Surface Learning in Mathematics  

 Focus on practical classroom strategies that set the stage for deeper learning.  

Deep Learning in Mathematics  

Examine exercises that promote deeper learning so students begin to make generalizations and connections. 

Transfer Learning in Mathematics  

Learn the conditions needed for transfer so students use their understanding of mathematics to solve problems in new contexts.  

Making Mathematics Learning Visible for All  

Understand the role of formative assessment, feedback, and intervention so teachers can address each learner’s needs. 

Visible Learning for Literacy

Determining Impact in Literacy    

Explore the importance of effect sizes, how to calculate your own effect size, and build collective teacher efficacy. 

Surface Learning in Literacy  

Focus on practical classroom strategies that set the stage for deeper learning.   

Deep Learning in Literacy  

Examine exercises that promote deeper learning so students begin to make generalizations and connections. 

Transfer Learning in Literacy  

Learn the paths and conditions for transfer so students learn to organize and transform conceptual knowledge.  

Keynote  

Understand the three phases of learning and what works best for student literacy learning. 

 


 

Outcomes 

Students’ literacy learning and achievement is accelerated through improved problem-solving and conceptual understanding skills.

 


 

Get Started

Contact your Corwin Professional Learning Advisor for pricing, sample agendas, and consultant availability.